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Trulon Henry Leaning Toward Fighting Illini

Sometimes good people make mistakes. They pay the price, learn their lessons, and go on to fruitful lives. Such is the case with Trulon Henry, older brother of Illini receiver Arrelious Benn. Henry served time in a penitentiary, but he has now completed his second year of junior college football and is being recruited by several quality schools including Illinois.

When Trulon Henry sat idle in a penitentiary as penance for crimes of youth, he wondered if he would ever see a brighter future. But upon completing his legal obligation, he enrolled at the College Of DuPage and began to make a name for himself on the football field. He is thrilled his life has undergone a transformation. "Definitely. That's why I say it's fun. I never thought I would come... Recommended Stories

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