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Drew's Accomplishments

Drew Henson Nametag

  • Played Division I college football, Major League Baseball and in the National Football League.
  • Current ESPN College Football Analyst 
  • Counselor and advisor to ESPF clients
  • Keenly aware of navigating the pressures of professional athletics
  • Strong background in player relationships and game preparation
  • Personally experienced the highs and lows of professional sports.
  • Bachelor of General Studies, University of Michigan, 2002
  • One of the most highly recruited high school athletes ever.

A Registered Player Financial Advisor with the NFLPA 

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Drew Henson

Player Relations

Drew Henson works in client relations. He does not offer financial advice. His role is to provide Edgewater Pro Sports Financial clients the opportunity to interact with someone who has gone through the experience of being a professional football player in the National Football League.

As a former Major League baseball player and quarterback in the National Football League, Drew provides personal counsel on the transition to the NFL, skill development, practice regimen and preparation for the game day experience. Having played for three NFL teams he is keenly aware of navigating the pressures of professional athletics. Drew helps guide young players on what to expect and how to interact with coaches and teammates. He is someone players can easily relate to and draw upon for advice and counsel.

Drew spent ten years playing professional baseball and football. He has an exceptional understanding of all aspects of professional athletics, including game analysis, sports business and media relations. He is a highly motivated, natural leader and communicator. In addition to his EPSF player relations responsibilities, Drew continues to pursue a sports broadcasting career as an ESPN college football analyst.

An excellent student, Drew attended Brighton High School in Brighton, Michigan, where he starred in football, basketball, and baseball. He was valedictorian of his high school class and one of the most highly recruited high school athletes ever. He chose the University of Michigan, where he played quarterback from 1998-2000.

In 2000 he led the Wolverines to a share of the Big Ten title. Drew graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor degree in General Studies.

He was drafted in the third round of the Major League Baseball Draft (97th overall selection) by the New York Yankees and played third base for the Yankees and manager Joe Torre during the 2002 and 2003 seasons. He retired from Major League Baseball in 2004.

Drew was also drafted by the Houston Texans in the sixth round of the 2003 NFL Draft. After retiring from baseball, he joined the Dallas Cowboys (2004-2005) and coach Bill Parcells. At Dallas he played with Drew Bledsoe and Tony Romo. Henson also played for the Minnesota Vikings (2006-2007) and the Detroit Lions (2008).

Drew lives in Highland Park, Texas with his wife Madeleine and their three dogs Riley, Bailey, and Buster.

Drew’s Resume:

  • ESPN College Football Analyst, 2010-2011

National Football League

  • Quarterback, Houston Texans, 6th round 2003 NFL Draft
  • Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys, 2004-2005
    • Head Coach: Bill Parcells
  • Quarterback, Minnesota Vikings, 2006-2007
    • Head Coach: Brad Childress
  • Quarterback, Detroit Lions, 2008
    • Head Coach: Rod Marinelli

Major League Baseball

  • Third Baseman, New York Yankees 1998-2003
  • Manager: Joe Torre

NCAA Division I College Football

  • Quarterback, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 1998-2000
  • Head Coach: Lloyd Carr
  • Gatorade National High School Baseball Player of the Year - 1998
  • Gatorade Midwest Region Football Player of the Year - 1998

Drew Henson is not affliated with Raymond James.

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