Drew Henson is one of the finest athletes in the nation. In baseball, he sported a powerful bat capable of launching 500 foot home runs. But football is his game. With a cannon powerful arm and vision of the field, Henson is a prototypical quarterback who even challenged the great Tom Brady for his job when they were in school at Michigan. Soon he may be filling the shoes of Roger Stabauch and Troy Aikman as QB of the Dallas Cowboys.
Drew Henson returns to baseball, guiding Yankees rookies
Every day, Drew Henson wakes up, drives to the ballpark and puts on a Yankees uniform. When he was 17 years old in Brighton, a dominating two-sport athlete and the Gatorade national player of the year, that's how he imagined his life at 33.Former U-M QBs think Gardner can be successful
Four Michigan starting quarterbacks from the past two decades - Scott Dreisbach, Brian Griese, Drew Henson and John Navarre - talked to the Free Press about Gardner.New York Yankees Draft Pick Opts to Play Quarterback at Oklahoma
COMMENTARY | According to The Oklahoman, New York Yankees draft pick Cody Thomas won't sign with the Yankees. Instead, Thomas will attend the University of Oklahoma, sparing Yankees fans the pain of following another quarterback through the ranks of the team's minor league system, only to fail miserably and opt for an NFL career.Apparently, David Terrell would have emasculated himself to catch passes from Jay Cutler
Former Chicago Bears receiver David Terrell would like you to know that he is NOT the biggest draft bust in Chicago Bears history, and he would like you to know exactly why. Selected by the Bears with the eighth overall ? Continue reading ?Matt Flynn Isn?t the First Unused Quarterback Traded to Start
COMMENTARY | Criticize a leader's inexperience all you want, but the end-results are what will matter, and this holds true for NFL signal callers. Teams are increasingly willing to push unseasoned quarterbacks into the frying pan, although the science of unearthing a star is still a crapshoot, if the current league landscape is any inclination.David Terrell Would Have ?Cut Off Both My Balls? to Play With Jay Cutler
He uses the words "Rex Grossman" and "Great Quarterbacks" within 10 words of each other, which is the first test of sanity.Gatorade® National Baseball Player Of The Year: Clint Frazier
LOGANVILLE, Ga., June 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In its 28 th year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced ...RecruitingNation links: Big Ten edition
BuckeyeNation Austin Ward writes : 2014 quarterback Brandon Harris got his first offer from McNeese State. Last week, in a three-day span, he met with Nick Saban, Les Miles and Urban Meyer. Brad Bournival writes : 2014 quarterback Zack Darlington has yet to take any visits, but the Florida native says OSU?s offer has his attention. NittanyNation Josh Moyer writes : Four-star athlete Troy Vincent ...Comparing Devin Gardner to Other Michigan QBs of the BCS Era
There have been some solid quarterbacks for Michigan during the BCS era. From Denard Robinson to Chad Henne down to some guy named Tom Brady, the Wolverines haven't pulled many punches at the position in the last 15 seasons. Devin Gardner hopes to be the latest quarterback to go down in school history as somebody who accomplished something great. He got off to a fast start last season in five ...Power Ranking the Top 100 Recruits of the BCS Era
On Jan. 4, 1999, college football was changed forever. The BCS era was ushered in, and not only was college football now different, but so was recruiting. Since that year, there have been 443 top-ranked recruits, according to 247Sports' 5-star recruits from 2002-2014, Tom Lemming's Top 25 rankings in 2000 and 2001, and top-tier recruits in 1999 by Sports Illustrated . Out of this pool, 86 ...
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Drew Henson isn't the first former New York Yankees #1 prospect to become a quarterback in the NFL. The other was John Elway.
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