Although those quotes are rightfully getting a lot of run both in Morgantown and Pittsburgh, Henry's decision came down to just getting "that feeling."
"I think his mind was kind of made last Tuesday," Roland Henry said. "I think he felt it in his gut, and that's what I always told him - go with your gut [because] usually your gut ain't wrong."
Ultimately, Henry agreed. Even with the positives and negatives at both schools, the highly touted prospect listened to his father - as well as his cousin, NFL cornerback (and former Pitt Panther) Darrelle Revis.
"[They said] when you feel that relief, you'll know you've made the right decision," Henry told 247Sports. "That's pretty much what everybody told me, and when I talked with West Virginia, I just felt like I was at home and I didn't have to worry about anything."
Henry will begin his career at cornerback, but is also capable of playing safety and will be used on special teams. He plans to take his official visit to WVU on Jan. 31 with the majority of the other commitments in the 2014 class.
Chris Anderson covers West Virginia and recruiting for Eersports.com via 247sports.com.