"We shouldn't miss a beat," said Henry, when asked about the '11 outlook. "We lose Jared Rogers to graduation, as well as four of five offensive linemen, but we had a large freshman class who now have a year of experience under their belt. We also have a good junior class who will keep things moving in the right direction."
Henry (6-1 1/2, 215) plays running back and linebacker for the Black Knights.
"I'm not sure about total yardage or the number of carries, but I averaged 8.9 yards per carry last year," he said. "I ran for eight touchdowns. On defense, I had 103 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, and two interceptions.
"In my opinion, my reaction time (at linebacker) is my best attribute," said Henry. "I read, react, and anticipate, and I'm very aggressive. On offense, I have a power running style with the mindset that I'm not going to down easily. I'm going to break as many tackles as possible."
Henry and Harris might attend Louisiana Tech's Junior Day this weekend.
"I was invited to the Junior Day, but it's the same day as the photo shoot for the cover of Louisiana Football Magazine," said Henry. "I'm hopeful that I can do both. Tech is a great school. Our offensive line coach, Randy Richard, is a Tech grad.
What does Henry have to say about Harris, the junior DE who has landed an offer from the Bulldogs?
"Tylor definitely helps me," said Henry. "He's a rare breed of athlete. He's so big, fast, and strong. Tylor requires so much attention that it opens up the field for me. We work together well."