Wildcats return to Evanston Monday afternoon following successful Camp Kenosha
2013: True sophomore ... Started first 10 games at safety before battling injuries in the final two weeks ... Ranked fourth on the team with 77 tackles ... Tallied a career-high 13 tackles vs. Michigan, including career-best 2.0 TFL ... Made a career-high 10 tackles, including eight solo stops at Iowa ... Had career-high five assisted tackles and a TFL against Minnesota ... Matched a previous career high with nine tackles at Wisconsin ... Notched first career TFL against the Badgers resulting in a loss of four yards ... Credited with three assisted tackles against Ohio State ... Registered nine tackles against Maine ... Came up with first career interception against Syracuse ... Added eight tackles against the Orange ... Tallied six tackles, including five solo stops vs. the Bears.
2012: One of four true freshmen to see the field in 2012 ... Contributed as a reserve safety and on special teams ... Made his first appearance for the Wildcats against Boston College and finished with two tackles on special teams ... Saw time at safety for the first time against South Dakota and finished with two stops ... Played significant time against Indiana in place of the injured Ibraheim Campbell and posted five total tackles with one PBU ... Four tackles at Minnesota ... Two stops against both Nebraska and Iowa ... Notched three tackles at Michigan, earning NU's Special Teams Player of the Week honor ... Two tackles at Michigan State ... Missed the Illinois game due to injury ... One stop in TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl vs. Mississippi State.
High School:Rivals.com three-star honoree, ranked No. 33 running back in the country ... Scout.com three-star honoree, ranked No. 43 nationally among running backs ... First-team all-state for both football and basketball (2010, 2011) ... Miami-HeraldAthlete of the Year in 2011 ... First-team all-county in football and basketball (2010, 2011) ... A versatile player for Pine Crest, rushing 74 times for 542 yards and cathing 14 passes for 267 yards on offense ... Made 57 stops (2 TFL's), five interceptions, three pass breakups and one blocked field goal on defense and special teams ... Totaled three special teams touchdowns (one blocked punt and two kick returns) ... Recorded five touchdowns in his first varsity game (one receiving, three rushing and one kick return).
Personal: Born Traveon Eddison Henry ... Son of Yvonne and Stafford Henry ... Brother, Travis, played football at Yale ... Attended same high school as Kevin Boothe of the New York Giants and Brandon Knight of the Detroit Pistons ... Coached by Jim Pletcher ... Learning and organizational change major.