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Former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones has played a key role in the life of Chris Henry Jr. since adopting him and taking him into his family.
Herny, the son of former Bengals wideout Chris Henry, already has a scholarship offer from Ohio State. He’s 14 and won’t graduate until 2026, but the offer is surely one of many.
The Ringer’s Kevin Clark recently shared an image of Pacman going on college visits with Henry.
“I don’t let it get to my head,” Henry said, according to Eleven Warriors’ Griffin Strom. “I just stay humble, but I’m very thankful and blessed to receive the offer. … It was a surprise, but I think I earned it because I worked for it. It just makes me want to get better.”
Rest assured this isn’t the last we’ll be hearing about Henry’s climb in the football world as he follows in his father’s footsteps, with an assist from Jones.
Pac Man Jones said last year he adopted the sons of his late teammate, Chris Henry, and now he’s accompanying Chris Jr. on college visits. I’ve never used this emoji before and might never again:😭 pic.twitter.com/xLZLPi1pHW
— Kevin Clark (@bykevinclark) June 22, 2022
2026 wide receiver Chris Henry Jr., son of former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry, runs the 40-yard dash at Ohio State camp. pic.twitter.com/ArT2gPz1lq
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) June 6, 2022
— 𝕭𝖑𝖊𝖘𝖘𝖊𝖉✞ (@ChrisHenryJr) June 6, 2022