The top-rated running back in 247 Sports’ Class of 2021 is heading to Columbus.
TreVeyon Henderson revealed Friday on Twitter his dedication to Ohio State, contributing to the No. 1 recruiting class for next year.
The 5-11, 195- pound junior out of Hopewell, Va., picked the Buckeyes over the similarity Virginia Tech, Virginia, Michigan and Oklahoma. He hurried for 2,424 yards and 45 goals last season while leading his team to an unbeaten record and a state championship.
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Henderson is the 3rd five-star hire and 15 th hire general for Ohio State, which has a significant lead over Clemson for the very best 2021 class.
“Where I’m from, a lot of people don’t get to leave,” Henderson stated in a video he posted onTwitter ” Leaving is hard to do, so I ran. I ranged from difficulty. Every difficulty I saw, I went through. The next difficulty is one I’m not ranging from, it’s a difficulty I’m going to.
“To my mother, my family, my friends, my coaches and teammates, I wouldn’t be here without you. You’re the reason I’m running now; running for a chance to give back for all you’ve given for me.”
Henderson devoted to the Buckeyes without checking out school, according to 247 Sports. He was preparing to participate in the Buckeyes’ spring game however it was canceled due to the fact that of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“I may not know everything about where I’m going, but I know it is a place I’ll be given everything I need so that one day I can run back home and make a difference for those who need it,” he stated. “I’m a Buckeye now, and I’m still ready to run.”