Former Clemson Tiger William Henry has been selected to play in NFL Europe this year.
Henry was selected in the fourth round of the NFL Europe Free Agent Draft and will play for the Frankfurt Galaxy.
Orginally out of Greenville High School, Henry played most of his career at Clemson as a reserve offensive tackle, before breaking through the starting line up during the 2002 season.
He signed on with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent before being released before the start of the 2004 regular season.
Henry Headed to NFL Europe
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