“Henry — who has been a fan of the Seahawks since third grade, when his family moved to the area and first bought season tickets — began his path to the NFL at Bellevue High School, about 7 miles from Seahawks headquarters in Renton. At Bellevue, where he was a four-year varsity letter winner, Henry earned first-team all-state honors, was selected as KingCo Conference Lineman of the Year, and helped lead the program to multiple 3A state championships.
He continued his career at Boise State, where he started for three years and was named first-team All-Mountain West in his final two seasons.
After stints with the New Orleans Saints (he signed with them as an undrafted free agent in 2016) and The Spring League took him across the country, making it onto the 90-man Seahawks roster has brought Henry back home. He has enjoyed having his family, who still reside in Bellevue, make the short trek to Virginia Mason Athletic Center to watch him in training camp.”
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