#21 Keyon Henry-Brooks

RB

Class Sophomore
Height 6'1"
Weight 200
Hometown Powder Springs, Ga.
High School Kennesaw Mountain
Bio

Student-Athlete Features
VUCommodores.com — Henry-Brooks Continues to Play Big for the Commodores
VUCommodores.com — Brooks Not Done

As a Sophomore (2020)
• Played in six games and started five
• 120 carries for a team-high 494 yards (4.1 yards/carry) and two touchdowns
• 28 receptions for 258 yards (9.2 yards/catch)
• Tied for second on the team in receptions with 28
• One of four Commodores with multiple touchdowns scored
• Team-best 125.3 all purpose yards/contest
• Team-best 82.3 rushing yards/game
• In the SEC, eighth in all purpose yards/game, ninth in rushing yards/game, 10th in rushing attempts, 13th in receptions/game (4.7) and 14th in rushing yards
From Oct. 25 – Dec. 13, stood fifth nationally among running backs in receiving yards with 237
• Only SEC running back to have two games of 80 or more receiving yards during the regular season
• 13 or more carries in every contest, reaching the 20-carry mark four times
• 50 or more rushing yards in all six contests
• 70 or more ground yards three times
• Consecutive 100-yard rushing games, against Mississippi State (115) and Kentucky (121)
• 13 carries for 72 yards against the Gamecocks
• First rushing score of the season against Ole Miss
• 155 yards of total offense against the Rebels — 89 receiving, 66 rushing
• 20 carries for 115 yards on the ground at Mississippi State
• Personal-best 97 receiving yards against the Bulldogs on 11 receptions
• Set career highs in both carries (29) and yards (121) at Kentucky

As a Freshman (2019)
• Appeared in 11 of 12 games
• Served as top reserve running back behind Ke’Shawn Vaughn
• 252 rushing yards and a touchdown on 56 carries (4.4 yards/carry)
• 61-yard touchdown rush in victory over Northern Illinois
• Season highs with 70 yards on 13 carries at Tennessee
• 17 catches for 64 yards
• Five catches for 34 yards at Tennessee

The Henry-Brooks File
• Prepped at Kennesaw Mountain (Ga.)
• Consensus three-star prospect
• 3,659 rushing yards and 36 total touchdowns in four-year varsity career
• 1,568 rushing yards, 21 touchdowns scored as senior
• Cobb County-leading 1,515 yards and 12 touchdowns as junior
• 493 all-purpose yards (331 rushing and 162 receiving)
• Scored five touchdowns in performance against Lassiter as senior
• 2018 all-region first team
• 2017 Cobb County Back of the Year
• 2017 all-region first team
• Varsity letters in football, track and field, basketball
• Born in New Orleans
• Full name is Keyon Marcel Henry-Brooks
• Son of Carey Henry and Kiana Brooks Henry