2019 four-star linebacker Lakia Henry announced on Saturday, via Twitter, that he’s decommitting from the Tennessee Vols.
Forever Thankful … pic.twitter.com/hYvTNI07TI
— Lakia Henry (@Lakia_henry_4) January 5, 2019
Henry, a junior college transfer who is rated as the No. 2 JuCo player in the state of Georgia and the No. 1 JuCo inside linebacker in the nation, committed to Tennessee in May.
The Georgia native didn’t sign with Tennessee during the early signing period after he took an unofficial visit to Florida State. Shortly after his visit to Tallahassee, the Seminoles offered Henry.
With Henry seemingly off the board for the Vols, Tennessee will hope to land three-star in-state linebacker Christopher Russell.
The Vols now have two players committed to their 2019 class who haven’t signed their national letter of intent — four-star safety Anthony Harris and three-star defensive tackle LeDarrius Cox.
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