Henry did not produce much his first two years in the program, combining for just 25 catches for 268 yards. As a junior though, he caught 25 balls for 316 yards and three touchdowns. Henry blew up as a senior, bringing in 78 balls for 1,014 yards and ten touchdowns.
Henry has excellent size. He is tall, built well, and knows how to use it. He is not afraid to go over the middle and take a hit to catch the football. Henry is at his best is one on one situations, because his athleticism shines through. He has excellent body control, and can easily adjust to the ball in the air. With his size and body control, he is a difficult match up in the red zone.
Henry’s speed is only average, and he may not be able to get separation from defensive backs. He is good once he gets going, but he is slow starting out. He will need to improve his route running as well, because he does not come in and out of his breaks very sharply.
Henry has the talent to be a possession receiver, but he may lack the quickness to become much more than that. He will need work to refine some things about his game but he has the natural size and athleticism to make it in the NFL.