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Chris
Henry
Class: Jr.
Hometown: Belle Chasse, La.
Height: 6-5
Weight: 195
Sport: Football
Position: WR

Biography

Talented athlete who has blossomed into a big-play receiver ... improved this spring on his blocking and intermediate route running ... 200 yards receiving on 13 catches in Gold-Blue spring game ... ranked 29th in NCAA receiving yards per game (83.8) ... BIG EAST rookie of the year and second team all-conference ... led team with 41 catches for 1,006 yards and 10 scores ... scored a touchdown on his first three receptions ... first career catch was a 37-yard score from Rasheed Marshall at East Carolina ... also had a 32-yard TD catch at ECU ... 11-yard TD from Marshall vs. Cincinnati ... team-high three knockdowns at Maryland ... four catches gained 75 yards at Miami ... 176 yards on four catches vs. Rutgers for the 10th-best effort in WVU history ... 83-yard TD from Marshall vs. Rutgers was a then-Mountaineer Field record and the fourth longest TD catch in Mountaineer history ... pair of catches for 16 yards in the Virginia Tech win ... five catches for 123 yards, including a 79-yard TD reception in UCF win ... 132 yards on five catches at Boston College, including a long gain of 47 and touchdowns from Charles Hales of 37 and 32 yards ... four catches gained 75 yards in the Pitt win ... WVU record 209 yards receiving on six catches at Syracuse, with touchdowns from Marshall of 67 and 24 yards ... 42-yard score in the Temple win ... three catches gained 46 yards in Gator Bowl ... BIG EAST player of week: Syracuse ... Offensive Champion: Syracuse ... did not participate in football in 2002 ... potent prospect from Class 3A state runner-up Belle Chasse High in Louisiana ... District 11-3A and metro New Orleans small schools offensive player of the year ... caught 61 passes for 1,083 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior for Coach Bob Becnel ... also had 73 tackles and six interceptions (245 return yards), returning four for touchdowns ... all-state, all-district and all-New Orleans for the 13-2 Cardinals ... Times-Picayune metro offensive MVP ... Louisiana all-star game ... also a basketball and track letterman ... born May 17, 1983 ... son of Carolyn Lee and David Henry ... majoring in athletic coaching education


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