Is Virginia Receiver Ra’Shaun Henry Ready For A Breakthrough?

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Virginia opens the season against William & Mary.
Ra’Shaun Henry returned for the extra year of eligibility as a Virginia receiver. ~ Photo courtesy Virginia Athletics Media Relations/Jim Daves

The Virginia football team welcomed back eight “Super Seniors” for the 2021 campaign after the NCAA granted extra eligibility due to the pandemic-impacted 2020 season. Mandy Alonso, Adeeb Atariwa, Joey Blount, Elliott Brown, De’Vante Cross, Chris Glaser, Nick Grant, and Ra’Shaun Henry join 94 other ACC players returning for the year of added eligibility.

For the Cavaliers, only two of those players line up on offense. Glaser is back as a guard on the offensive line where the Wahoos have multiple experienced starters in place at all five positions. The other might be one of the most important players on the whole roster. That’s a good topic for the “50 Thoughts Before Virginia Football Kickoff” summer reading series – “Is Ra’Shaun Henry Ready For A Breakthrough?”

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