|Previous School:||Pryor HS|
A two-way player that saw most of his action from the bullpen in his first collegiate season ... Made 19 relief appearances tallying 22.2 innings, including a season-long three at Western Illinois for his first collegiate save ... Pitched two scoreless innings in the NCAA Fayetteville Regional against top-seeded Arkansas ... Struck out a season-best four batters against Omaha May 12 and fanned 25 on the year ... Turned in a 6.97 ERA to go with a .118 batting average in limited plate appearances ... Earned six starts, with four as the designated hitter and two at first base.
PRIOR TO ORU
Closed his prep tenure at Pryor High School as the career leader in home runs, hits, RBI and slugging percentage under the guidance of head coach Gerald Osborne ... Named a Louisville Slugger All-American three times in his career with the Tigers ... Was a three-time Oklahoma All-State team selection and landed on the all-metro team all four years at PHS ... Earned all-district honors at three different positions (infield, pitcher, designated hitter) ... Helped the Tigers qualify for the class 5A state tournament following district and regional championships in 2016 and was named Three Rivers Conference Player of the Year ... Also lettered in football and basketball.
Plans to major in sports management at ORU ... Son of Danny and Jennifer Henson ... Chose ORU because "it felt like home and where the Lord led me to be" ... Also recruited by Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Dallas Baptist, Wichita State and Little Rock ... Lists the New York Yankees as his favorite professional sports team and Derek Jeter as his favorite pro athlete.