Mark Ingram to Trent Richardson to Eddie Lacy to Derrick Henry. The very recent tradition of superlative Alabama Crimson Tide running backs continues with the kid who broke the all time high school rushing record.
Henry ran for 482 yards on Friday night against Perry (Fla.) Taylor County to bring his career total up to 11,612 yards.
From the Inquisitr
Henry broke the longstanding HS rushing record with a spectacular game. ESPN reports that Henry carried the ball 58 times for 482 yards and six touchdowns on Friday night. He now has 148 career touch downs, 6th on the all-time list.
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