was unquestionably one of the most impressive interviewees of the day. Teams will really enjoy speaking with him and have full confidence in his intangibles.
Henry was asked about a specific player he might be able to compare himself to.
"I think a decent comparison would probably be a Joe Johnson," said Henry. "A tall, athletic shooting guard that can shoot and take it to the rim, that's just active on all ends of the court.
"Hustles, plays defense, rebounds, does it all."
I asked Henry about his defense, if he's ready to guard the Kobes and Wades of the NBA.
"Maybe not the Wades and the Kobes, but I know I can come in and work hard and try my hardest. Whomever I'm assigned to guard, I'm going to try my best."
James Anderson of Oklahoma State and Darington Hobson
of New Mexico are two players who will be competing with Henry, but I found Hobson to be much more engaging and have that similar high intangible quality.
One of the aspects of Hobson's game I've been most impressed by is the way he moves without the ball in his hands. I asked him if that's something that has always come naturally to him.
"When the ball is not in your hands, there's other ways you can get it," said Dobson. "That's just moving around, staying busy. I know where I'm supposed to be on the court at all times."
Hobson talked a little bit about the kind of offense he feels most comfortable playing in.
"I can play both (up-temp and halfcourt). We did both at New Mexico. We ran a lot of halfcourt sets and isolations."
of Fresno State talked about why he chose the small school Fresno State instead of some of the bigger schools like Georgetown that recruited him.
"I wanted to start my own stepping stone," said George.
I personally see a lot of Joe Johnson in George's game because of his size and ability to handle the ball.
"(He's) someone I tremendously admire," said George when I asked about the comparison. "I can be someone like him down the line, or like a Tracy McGrady. I'm one of those bigger guards that can ultimately become a superstar. It's something I can work at and something I can make myself out to be."