Sek HenryA very talented guard from Lynwood, Calif., has signed scholarship papers to play for the Nebraska Mens Basketball Team this year.  Sek Henry is enrolled in classes already and cleared by the NCAA which is a good thing coming from a prep school.

The 6-3, 180-pound Henry played last season at The Patterson School in North Carolina, where he helped the team to a 37-3 record under Coach Chris Chaney. Henry, who was rated as one of the nation’s best prep school combo guards by recruiting analyst Van Coleman, played alongside more than a dozen Division I scholarship signees at Patterson. Dave Telep of ranked Henry No. 24 nationally among postgraduate players entering last season. The lefty averaged 14 points and four assists per game last year, including a season-high 51 points in a contest. He is considered a solid outside shooter who can score in bunches and is a good defender in the backcourt.

Henry originally signed with Arizona State for the 2005-06 season before attending Patterson School . He was also recruited by UNLV, Washington, San Diego State and USC out of high school, among others.

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