Long, lanky forward
Awesome rebounder and shot-blocker
High character player
DID YOU KNOW?
Henson grew six inches his senior season at Sickles High School in Tampa, Fla. and is still transitioning from a guard into a forward.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING AROUND THE WEB
Henson has greatly improved his post-game in his three years at UNC, and has developed a solid go-to move in his unorthodox left-handed hook shot, which he uses far more often than his natural right hand. Henson's post game is unconventional in style, something that stems largely from his very unique physical characteristics, namely his very long legs and superb coordination and balance for his size. Henson's combination of coordination, length, athleticism, hands, and ability to finish with finesse and power make him extremely dangerous operating on cuts and pick-and-rolls, both of which could be utilized even more effectively than they are now in the right system at the next level. Henson's actually been used very sparingly on pick-and-rolls this season, especially going to the basket, and that may actually be his most potent offensive skill at the next level.
Long and athletic with the ability to be quite pesky defensively. Possesses an evolving skill set offensively. Can use either hand around the basket. Good mobility for his size. Rebounds well.
ESPN - CHAD FORD
Henson is a crazy-long, athletic big man who seems to be everywhere on the floor at once. His shot-blocking abilities are ridiculous. He can guard three positions and play multiple positions on offense. He is developing the semblance of a perimeter game as a junior. He plays really hard all the time.