Drew Daniel Henson is a former Major League third team player and National Football Federation midfielder. He was included in the Houston Texans team in the sixth round of the 2003 NFL Draft. He played football at the University of Michigan. During his football career, Henson was a member of the Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings, and Detroit Lions. Early in his baseball career, he was started by the New York Yankees on the third round of the 1998 entry draft and played for the organization through the 2002 and 2003 seasons until he retired from the sport. 2004. As of 2015, Henson was active in the organized baseball team as a member of the Yankees professional scouting team.
|Date of birth||February 13, 1980|
|Place of birth||San Diego, California|
|High school||Brighton (MI)|
|NFL Draft||2003 / Round: 6/ Pick: 192|
Football quarterback and baseball third baseman who played minor league baseball for the New York Yankees organization and played in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys.
He played basketball, baseball, and football at Brighton High School in Michigan.
He was a highly regarded baseball prospect with lots of raw power and arm strength, but he never hit enough to establish himself in the big leagues.
He married Madeline Easley in 2008, and Drew's father Dan was a college football coach.
Quarterback Tom Brady was his teammate at the University of Michigan.
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Latest information about Drew Henson updated on June 07 2021.