2015 NFL DRAFT

Greg Henderson, CB

School: Colorado  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Corona, CA
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 181 lbs.
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Player Lowdown

Combine Results
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Henderson has a broad frame with good overall musculature, actually appearing a little bigger on film than his listed size. He registered a team-leading 10 passes broken up a season ago despite missing the first two games (and being hampered in more) with a knee strain. Scouts are intrigued by Henderson because despite last year's injury, he has steadily improved throughout his collegiate career. He is a fluid athlete with balance, agility and speed who has shown with improving awareness and mitts for the interception.

Rob Rang (6/17/14)

Player Overview

The Buffs haven't had a defensive back selected in the NFL Draft since 2011 (CBs Jimmy Smith, Jalil Brown) but if Henderson can build upon a breakout 2013 campaign, he is in good position to end this streak. Henderson enters his senior campaign with 32 career starts but "only" five career interceptions. Four of those, however, came in '13.
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06/20/2014 - Colorado's top NFL Draft-eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 2. CB Greg Henderson, Senior...The Buffs haven't had a defensive back selected in the NFL Draft since 2011 (CBs Jimmy Smith, Jalil Brown) but if Henderson can build upon a breakout 2013 campaign, he is in good position to end this streak. Henderson enters his senior campaign with 32 career starts but "only" five career interceptions. Four of those, however, came a season ago. Henderson has a broad frame with good overall musculature, actually appearing a little bigger on film than his listed size. He registered a team-leading 10 passes broken up a season ago despite missing the first two games (and being hampered in more) with a knee strain. Scouts are intrigued by Henderson because despite last year's injury, he has steadily improved throughout his collegiate career. He is a fluid athlete with balance, agility and speed who has shown with improving awareness and mitts for the interception. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
 

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