MSU’s Aaron Henry Will Enter the NBA Draft for a Second Time
Let me start out by saying I am a huge Michigan State basketball fan. I loved watching the Spartans play this past season including Michigan State basketball's Aaron Henry.
Aaron Henry is an incredible basketball player and now Aaron wants to test the NBA draft process for a second straight year.
According to the Lansing State Journal:
The 6-foot-6, 210 pound wing from Indianapolis earned third team All-Big Ten honors this season, leading the Spartans with 15.4 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.3 blocks and 1.3 steals in 32.5 minutes. Henry shot 44.9% overall and 29.6 on 3-pointers.
We can all completely understand why Aaron wants to test the NBA draft process again. He simply wants to go pro. This has been his lifelong dream ever since he was a kid.
The Lansing State Journal also adds a quote from coach Tom Izzo:
"Aaron Henry making the decision to put his name in for the NBA draft this year is not surprising and is something I fully support," Izzo said. "He and his family went through the exploration process last year and came away with a much better understanding of what he’d need to do in order to make the next step for his basketball career. ..."
Aaron Henry has done an incredible job on the MSU basketball team over the last three years and I'm sure he will go far with his future endeavors.
I went to an MSU basketball game about two years back and was able to watch Aaron Henry play, and I thought he was absolutely amazing. He has incredible athleticism and his shooting ability is pro material. Good luck Aaron!