Henry came out of Arizona as a "supersleeper" and almost blew straight past "sleeper" status with his performance at the NFL Combine. However, Henry still qualifies as a sleeper because he is an unproven commodity. He never carried the complete load in his three years as a Wildcat and he decided to opt for the NFL instead competing for the full-time starting job in Arizona's backfield. Henry gained 581 yards and scored seven touchdowns last year (in what was by far his most productive season). Henry's talent is undeniable. He is a bull at 5-11, 230 pounds. His speed sent shockwaves through the combine. Henry sprinted to a 4.40 in the 40-yard dash, and from all indications after the fact, scouts were taken completely off guard by the display. To add icing on the cake, Henry had a 36-inch vertical jump and did 26 repetitions of 225 pounds on the bench press. It obviously remains to be seen how this talent will translate into on-field success, but it's virtually impossible-and bordering on crazy-not to take a gamble on Henry's potential.