Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Second-team All-Big Ten (coaches) and honorable mention All-Big Ten (media) ... Started all 13 games, makiong the transition from cornerback to safety … fifth on the squad with 58 tackles, 0.5 for loss … led team with three fumbles recovered, second with two interceptions and tied for third with seven pass breakups … also forced a fumble … returned an interception for a touchdown, recovered a fumble, broke up a pass and made three tackles against Northwestern on Nov. 27 … named UW's co-defensive player of the week after returning an interception for a touchdown and making three tackles against Indiana on Nov. 13 … named UW's defensive player of the week after recording four tackles and career-high three pass breakups against Austin Peay on Sept. 25; also returned first punt of career for game-high 30 yards. 2009: Played in all 13 games, starting three … credited with 18 tackles … tied for third on team with four pass breakups … scored first touchdown of career after returning blocked punt for touchdown against Purdue on Oct. 31. 2008: Redshirted while rehabbing knee injury. 2007: Played in 12 games, including two starts at cornerback … honorable mention freshman All-American and first-team freshman All-Big Ten choice by The Sporting News … named UW’s co-rookie of the year … made 38 tackles, ranked fourth on team with 3.5 sacks … Intercepted one pass and broke up two others … also forced a fumble … knee injury sidelined him for the 2008 Outback Bowl against 16th-ranked Tennessee.
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03/08/12 - Wisconsin Pro Day: Another Badger who hoped he made an impression was safety Aaron Henry. Not invited to the combine, Henry has been working all off-season for his pro day opportunity and said he made every movement count. “I did pretty good,” he said. “In my 40 time, I did a (personal best) 4.53. I jumped an all-time high—I jumped 39 ½ (inches)—and when I was down training I was jumping 32, 33s, 34s. I got 16 reps on the bench. I felt like I fared well.” - Janesville Gazette
03/08/12 - Despite being a first-team all-Big Ten selection last year, safety Aaron Henry didn’t receive an invitation to the combine, nor did he ever get an explanation as to why not. But Henry didn’t seem too bothered by that Wednesday, who was happy with his 4.53 40-yard dash, 39-and-a-half-inch vertical leap and 16 reps on the bench press. “When I went to the East-West Shrine Game, I had the scouts I met with, which was like 12 of them, all of them kept saying ‘We’ll see you at the combine,’” Henry said. “My answer to that was ‘Sir, I wasn’t invited to the combine.’ When they heard that, all of them had a shocked look on their face and then they just said, ‘Well, we’ll just see you at Wisconsin.’ “And to come back here on my home turf, for the last time and running in these conditions … I wouldn’t of had it any other way.” - Elliot Hughes, UW Badger Herald