One of the nation's top prospects in the class of 2013 has set a date.
Henry is a 5-star prospect and the No. 24 player in the country in the 247Sports.com composite. The one-time Georgia commit now lists Alabama as his favorite, with Georgia and Tennessee also in the mix to secure his services.
Henry rushed 31 times for 336 yards and three touchdowns last night against Gainesville (Fla.) High School.
That's not a typo.
So what are the odds that Henry commits to a school other than Alabama?
Henry seemed to enjoy his trip to Tuscaloosa earlier this summer. Alabama head coach Nick Saban vowed that he would be given a shot at running back with the Crimson Tide, rather than moving him to the defensive side of the football, according to AL.com.
Where will Derrick Henry play college football?
If he's going to run like he did on Thursday night at the college level, you can certainly understand why.
Henry has a visit scheduled to Tennessee for the Sept. 14 showdown vs. Florida, so the book isn't closed on the Vols.
It is closing on Georgia, though.
Alabama was the primary reason that Henry decommitted from Georgia in the first place. According to the incomparable Andy Staples of SI.com, of the 500 Rivals100 players from 2007-11, 73 decommitted at some point during their recruitment and 62 of those players signed elsewhere.
Those aren't good odds.
If Henry doesn't commit to the Crimson Tide on Sept. 28, consider that an upset.