In the class of 2013, it isn't easy to find an available big men. It is even tougher to find one like Demetrius Henry, who is a legitimate high-major prospect.
Because of that, the 6-foot-9 power forward at Brandon (Fla.) Faith Baptist has been able to take his recruitment into his own hands and select the schools he likes best.
Per his high school and summer coach, Kenny Gillion, Henry has cut his list of schools to Miami, South Carolina and USF.
A long and lanky big with athleticism, Henry has improved his skill over the last year and he has stood out while playing on a team featuring several Division I prospects.
"Demetrius has played very well this season," Gillion told Rivals.com. "He has been able to be very productive while constantly facing Division I post players.
"In addition, he is getting it done while playing with other high-Division I players on his team."
A four-star prospect who ranks No. 113 in the 2013 Rivals150, Henry has averaged 17 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks per game as a senior.
Per Gillion, there is no leader at this point and Henry will take officials to each of his final three schools in March before making an April decision.
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