Jordan Henry is a transfer point guard that has most recently played at both the DII and NAIA levels. After opting out of the 2020/2021 season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Henry is looking to get back to the game he loves, with two years of eligibility left.
Standing at 6’1, 180 pounds, Henry has great size to play point guard at the next level, and he has the skillset to play there as well.
In Henry’s most recent season, he was able to average 14 points per game, as well as 3 rebounds per game, to go along with 2 assists per game.
“I feel that season was solid overall,” Henry said. “I had some really good games, and then I also had a few bad games. With that being said, I do feel as though my best basketball is ahead of me.”
Henry does many things well on and off the court, but he also knows that he has to do things that will separate him from other potential recruits.
“I think my basketball IQ is very high,” Henry said. “My playmaking ability is also something that stands out against other players. I have a great understanding of the game as well, and I believe that is one of my greatest strengths!”
Like all players, Henry has a driving force for why he plays the game of basketball the way that he does.
“I just flat out love the game of basketball,” Henry said. “I am excited for the potential growth that I can experience from playing this game, and I want to be the best possible player that I can be for years to come.”
With a 3.0 GPA in the classroom, Henry is proving to coaches that he understands the importance of being academically eligible to play the sport that he loves so much.
With that GPA and the abilities that Henry has, he is starting to generate some interest from D1/D2 schools. It will be interesting to see where this talented hooper ends up!
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