Five-star RB Henry sets career rushing mark
By FOX Sports NEXT staff
Posted Nov 16, 2012
Five-star running back Derrick Henry set the all-time career rushing record Friday, eclipsing the previous 59-year-old mark.
Another week, another national high school record falls.
Running back Derrick Henry
broke the all-time record for rushing yards in a high school career Friday night on a dazzling touchdown run befitting of his stellar senior season.
The Yulee High School (Fla.) star broke the previous mark on a 52-yard touchdown run with 11:15 remaining in the first half of Yulee's playoff game against Taylor County. The run brought him to 123 yards total in the game and 11,253 for his career.