Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 308
40: 5.68
Year: 5Sr

Richard Henry

School: Nebraska
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at right guard awarded all-Conference honors last season. Began his college career at North Dakota State.
Positive: Strong, nasty lineman with adequate size. Quickly gets into blocks, stays square, and fights hard until the whistle blows. Solid position blocker and seals defenders from the action with his wide frame. Moves relatively well on his feet and has some ability blocking on the second level. Works to bend his knees. Good initial jolt at the point of attack and has solid hand punch.
Negative: Struggles to adjust. Not effective far off the line of scrimmage. Not a dominant drive blocker.
Analysis: Since transferring to Nebraska and moving into the starting lineup two seasons ago, Henry has shown improvement in his game. He offers some skill as a zone blocking guard, though he's likely to be a career backup at the next level.

Updated 4/28
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