WVU Has Offered Very Familiar Prospect

The West Virginia University Football program is no stranger to welcoming a lineage. The Stills brothers and the White brothers are two families that come to mind when considering families that have played for the Mountaineers. Gary Stills, father of Darius and Dante, also suited up for West Virginia in the 90’s.

The Mountaineers once again have a chance to land a prospect with a very familiar name. Chris Henry Jr., son of the late Chris Henry, has officially been offered by the Mountaineers, according to the Twitter of Adam “Pacman” Jones.

Henry Jr., who plays wide receiver, has also been offered by Ohio State, Michigan, and Penn State among many others.

Like his father, the up-and-coming star plays the wide receiver position. Though he hasn’t been given an official rating by 247Sports, he has garnered attention from 20 schools in the form of scholarship offers. He will be a member of the 2026 class.

No timetable has been set on his decision.