2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MARCUS HENRY: Boise State, 6024 300 5.15. Three-year starter from Bellevue, WA. Two-time first team All- Mountain West center. Plays in a spread shotgun system. An athletic knee bender who plays with a good base and delivers a strong six-inch punch. Good feet to run a defender up the field. Locks on second level linebackers and gets movement. A physical player who keeps his head on a swivel and helps out his guards in pass protection when uncovered. A position wall off blocker who plays the game on his feet. A strong and mobile center who is smart and competitive. Controls the defender with his hands and stays up on his block. Wheels the tackle out of the hole to create a running lane. Henry doesn’t have big hands, but uses them very effectively. Takes a quick inside reach step on the snap in the running game. A technician with grit and determination. The two-time Academic All-Mountain West player has some similarities to former Boise State, now Bronco center Matt Paradis. Pro day numbers: 8-5/BJ, 4.50/SS, 7.80/3 cone. Not invited to Combine. Seventh round/PFA. (A-32, H-8 7/8, BP-28, 10-1.80).