Student Assistant Coach
Jordan Henry returns to the field for the Rebels as a student assistant coach for the 2014 season after spending the last five seasons in the professional ranks with the Cleveland Indians organization.
Henry, the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year in 2007, lettered three years with the Rebels and helped the program to three NCAA Tournament appearances and the Southeastern Conference Championship in 2009.
As a freshman, the Vicksburg native hit .376 on his way to the conference honors wth 60 runs scored and going 12-for-13 on steal attempts. He earned Freshman All-SEC and Freshman All-America honors for his performance that season.
As a sophomore, Henry helped lead the Rebels to the NCAA Regional in Miami.
His junior season, Henry again earned All-SEC honors as he hit .343 with 70 runs scored and went 38-for-44 in steal attempts to set the school record for steals in a season. He helped the Rebels claim the first SEC Championship since the 1977 season and advanced to the program's fourth NCAA Super Regional in a five-year span.
He finished his career with the Rebels hitting at a .341 clip and tallied 64 steals on 74 attempts for his career. The speedy outfielder also scored 174 runs with 237 hits and 72 RBI.
Following the 2009 season, Henry was drafted in the seventh round of the MLB Draft by Cleveland to begin his professional baseball career.