2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about HUNTER HENRY: Arkansas, 6047 250 4.71. Junior entry and three-year starter from Little Rock, AR. John Mackey Award winner. Consensus first-team All-America. Had no recorded dropped passes in 2015. The best thing he does is catch the ball. Good reaction to the ball when in a crowd. Adjusts well to the ball in his soft hands. Good hand quickness to snatch the ball away from a defender. Lines up all over the formation - split end, slot, next to the offensive tackle on the line. He opens things up for the other receivers in zone coverage. Runs consistent and reliable tight end patterns - flats, seams, wheel routes, check downs, and corner. Productive in the short and intermediate areas. Easy pass catcher who is confident in his hands. Transitions well from catch to runner. Quick change of direction to get away from linebackers and defensive backs. Good run after catch ability. Sells his double moves to get open. Can beat one-on-one coverage. Good football intelligence. A good effort blocker but needs more upper and lower body strength. Doesn’t always finish to whistle. Will overextend and go to the ground at times on a base block. He lacks the shock in his hands to stun a defender. Struggles to block defensive ends and tackles. Good lateral quickness to hook the edge defender at times. A position wall off blocker who needs to get stronger. Pro day numbers: 9-5/BJ, 4.41/SS, 7.16/3 cone. 2015 stats: 51-739, 14.4 ypr, 3 TD. Did not work out at Combine, his choice. Second/third round. (A-32 3/4, H-9 1/4, BP-21, VJ-31.5).