Son of WVU Legend Visits Morgantown Today

Chris Henry Jr., son of the late Chris Henry, announced via Twitter that he is set to visit Morgantown today.

Henry Jr.’s father, who played wide receiver for the Mountaineers, passed away suddenly in 2009. He is considered one of the best receivers in the history of WVU Football, tallying 93 catches for 1,878 yards and 22 touchdowns in only two season.

Many expect him to pick up right where his father left off and have a stellar collegiate career. Unfortunately for the Mountaineers, Henry Jr. is one of the most sought after receivers in the 2026 recruiting class.

Earlier in March, Henry Jr. shared his current offers, and the list seems pretty much endless.

Henry Jr. has also received offers from Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State, Notre Dame, and Tennessee among many others.

No timetable has been shared on his expected decision date.

Stay tuned to The Voice of Motown as we will bring you updates as they become available.