After hosting in-home visits with coaches from his top two colleges, four-star Aliquippa defensive back Dravon Henry is ready to make his commitment.
"I'll be announcing on Monday where I'm going to school," Henry tweeted Monday night.
Henry had more than 30 scholarship offers before he recently announced a top five of Pitt, West Virginia, Maryland, Miami and Louisville, but the Panthers and Mountaineers were long thought to be his favorites. And when he announces on Monday, his choice will come from those two schools.
On Sunday, Henry and his family had an in-home visit with West Virginia safeties coach Tony Gibson, and that was followed by a visit from Pitt defensive coordinator Matt House on Monday.
"He got grilled," Henry's father, Roland, said of the visit with House. "It was the same with Tony Gibson; he got grilled, too.
"We asked them a lot of the same things, just about the staffs and the defenses and the teams and the programs. My wife touched on a lot of the academic stuff, too."
Henry previously scheduled an official visit to Pitt for the weekend of Jan. 17 and one to West Virginia for the weekend of Jan. 31.
This season, Henry rushed 99 times for 1,243 yards - 12.6 yards per carry - and 19 touchdowns.
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