Growing up in Toronto, Ontario, rugby was part of Henry’s school’s culture. He started playing in the seventh grade and joined the Toronto Nomads Rugby Club. To further develop his skills, Henry took part in the Canadian Maple Leafs 7s National Development Program. At 17 years old, Henry was selected to represent Canada at the Youth Commonwealth Games. Henry continued his rugby career in the Ontario Blues Sr. Men’s Provincial Program where he assisted the team to win the National 7s Championship.
Henry went on to start his college degree studying Economics and Finance and playing at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. Playing on the Canada U20 team, Henry did a tour in Portugal and Spain. Last year, he helped his team win the North American Invitational 7s Championship in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Henry says rugby has allowed him to travel across the world to discover new countries and make new friends. For Henry, moving to Dallas “will feel just like home since Canada is known for the similar Southern hospitality.”
|Height||6' 5" ft|
|Hometown||Toronto, Ontario 🇨🇦|