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Name: Hudson Henry 
College: Arkansas     Number: 82
Height: 6-5   Weight: 249
Position: TE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rFr/2024

40 Low: 4.54
   40 Time: 4.65
  40 High: 4.74
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Height: 6046
Weight: 249

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: ARTC

 Hudson Henry, Arkansas, Player News

  12/28/20 - TE Hudson HenryrFr/2024, Arkansas, 6-5, 249 (DS#4 TE) + More +

  2020 SEC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (COACHES): TE Hudson Henry, Arkansas,...Henry totaled 16 catches for 92 yards (5.6 ypc) and a touchdown over six games played in his redshirt freshman season. In Arkansas' win at No. 16 Mississippi State, Henry snagged a 12-yard pass for his first career touchdown. He is the first Arkansas tight end to garner All-Freshmen honors since his brother, Hunter Henry, in 2013. - Arkansas Football

(DS#4 TE) rFr/2024 TE Hudson HenryArkansas
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  10/09/20 - TE Hudson HenryrFr/2024, Arkansas, 6-5, 249 (DS#4 TE) + More +

  Following an Arkansas touchdown that put the Razorbacks ahead 21-7 in the third quarter Saturday at then-No. 16 Mississippi State, Sam Pittman greeted players with high-fives and words of encouragement as they jogged to the sideline. Moments later, Pittman delivered a brief message in front of his offensive linemen. As he turned away from the group, tight end Hudson Henry gave his head coach a pat on the back. Holding one end of his mask in his left hand, Pittman then appeared to hype up the redshirt freshman before giving him a one-armed hug.

The youngest of three brothers who have played or are playing for the Razorbacks, Henry was on the receiving end of the score that put Arkansas ahead by two touchdowns. He was congratulated by countless teammates, including fellow Little Rock native Luke Jones, and was all smiles on the sideline after making his first significant mark with the Razorbacks. "You know, I think he's just getting better each week," Pittman said Monday when asked about Henry's progress. "It's awful nice seeing another Henry get in the end zone for the Razorbacks." "You know, he's just a freshman - a redshirt freshman," Pittman said. "I think he's going to be a really, really good player for us and I think he's doing a nice job. I'm proud of him." - Northwest Arkansas Times


(DS#4 TE) rFr/2024 TE Hudson HenryArkansas
News Source: Northwest Arkansas Times
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  08/30/20 - TE Hudson HenryrFr/2024, Arkansas, 6-5, 249 (DS#4 TE) + More +

  Arkansas coach Sam Pittman is certain about one thing when it comes to his tight ends: He doesn't have a clue who will start in Week 1 against Georgia. Following the departures of players such as Cheyenne O'Grady, Grayson Gunter and Chase Harrell, the Razorbacks are a young and largely inexperienced bunch at the position entering 2020. Redshirt freshman Hudson Henry figures to be the starter if healthy, but even he has not been full-go for all of Arkansas' preseason practices through two weeks. Aside from Henry, the room is a bit of a mystery. And the starting job is very much up for grabs.

"To be honest with you, we're trying to find two really good tight ends," Pittman said Friday after the team's first scrimmage of the fall. "If we can get three and four, that'd be great. I'll know a little bit more (about a potential starter) after I watch this film." The tight ends group includes a senior in Blake Kern, but the Lamar native does not have a catch to his name since arriving on campus in 2016. And after him sit four players - Nathan Bax, Collin Sutherland, Jonas Higson, Blayne Toll - in their first season with the program. - Northwest Arkansas Times


(DS#4 TE) rFr/2024 TE Hudson HenryArkansas
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