Four-star prospect Terrance Henry is down to five schools and has visits scheduled with all five. Three SEC schools get the first three visits from the 6-foot-9, 190-pound small forward from Monroe (La.) Carroll High School.
Ole Miss is on tap for this weekend, followed by Arkansas and LSU on the following weekends. Kansas is scheduled for a visit on October 12 and then Miami on October 19.
However, it's not a guarantee that Henry will take all the visits.
"The plan is to take all the visits, but you never know," said Carroll head coach Chris Oney. "He might come back from Ole Miss or Arkansas or LSU or whatever school and know that that is the place he wants to go.
"Certainly playing right away is important to him, and distance could play a part. But if he likes Kansas or Miami, distance wouldn't be a problem. It's all about where he is comfortable."
An intriguing prospect with a lot of upside, Henry's greatest asset is his versatility according to Coach Oney.
"The unique part of Terrance's game is that if he has a big man on him, he can take him outside," said Oney. "If he has a smaller player on him, he can go inside."
Henry is the No. 85 ranked prospect in the Rivals150.
Terrance Henry scouting report:
A long and athletic lefty, Henry has a dangerously versatile game. He can score in the post, runs the floor and is an active rebounder and shot blocker. He can also knock down the 15-footer and is good with the ball facing the basket. Working to extend his range to the arc, Henry is also working to build up his body.