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The Opening: Henry Mondeaux Update

ATH Henry Mondeaux

Portland (Ore.) Jesuit athlete Henry Mondeaux was the final player selected for The Opening but he made the most of it and was one of the top tight ends in the event.

Henry Mondeaux is a two-way player who worked out at tight end at The Opening but is equally as talented on the defensive line. He was a late replacement when La Mirada (Calif.) tight end Tyler Luatua had to back out a few days before the event and made the most of it earning All-Tournament honors. "It was great playing against all these great athletes from all over the country," Mondeaux said...

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