The Cincinnati Bengals will be holding rookie minicamp this weekend, bringing in all of their draft picks and their college free agents into town for a workout. However, the Bengals typically invite players that didn't wasn't drafted or signed by another team to join them at camp. Sometimes, if the player is impressive enough, the Bengals will sign him and he'll fight for a roster spot on the team.
“I’m definitely going to make up for it,’’ he said. “I’m going to showcase my talent, show them what I have.’’
The 6-foot-3, 272-pound Henley was part of the Red Raiders’ rotation at defensive tackle each of the last four years. Though not certain, he said he’s under the impression the Bengals will work him out at defensive end.
“A lot of guys that do get drafted don’t make the team,’’ Henley said. “To me, it’s all about what you do when you get there. I know my injury my junior year kind of held me back, and my senior year I had an injury that kind of held me back. I’m happy to be at a minicamp somewhere.’’
From Texas Tech's player page:
Sacked the Michigan State quarterback for a 10-yard loss ... also had four tackles against the Spartans and four quarterback hurries ... logged four solo tackles and batted down a pass at the line in the win over Baylor ... had a solo tackle, a pass breakup and quarterback hurry in the win over Oklahoma ... posted fourth sack of the season at Oklahoma State ... finished the game with two tackles and a pass breakup at the line ... had three tackles, a sack and a pass breakup in the win over Kansas ... made five solo tackles against Texas A&M... four solo tackles and a sack in the win over Nebraska ... recorded two tackles, including a sack and two tackles for loss, in the win over Kansas State ... had a solo stop against New Mexico ... returned to the lineup at Houston ... recorded his first sack of the season ... collected five solo tackles in the game against North Dakota.