Derrick Henry Was On Campus For UGA's Dawg Night Event, Still Has No Timetable To Make A Commitment

Five-star running back Derrick Henry is still keeping the Georgia Bulldogs among one of his schools of interest even though he de-committed back in June after took a visit to Alabama. Henry was among 175 high school athletes who were at Georgia's Dawg Night event, and he also stayed through the weekend.

While on campus, Henry spent time with cornerback Shaq Wiggins who has been committed to Georgia since February, defensive back Tray Matthews and was with various coaches.

Fox Sports recruiting analyst Chad Simmons who was on site to cover the event talked about how important it is to get the guys who are on the fence to make a visit to the campus:

"Just getting guys like Henry on campus and being around other commitments helps," Simmons said. "The opportunity to bond with each other, whether it be with other players or coaches, is big."

Even though Henry made the trip up from Yulee, Fla., and stayed the weekend he still has no immediate plans to announce where he will play college football next season.

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