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6-3 / 245
Finished his BC football career with 263 career tackles (132 solos) and nine career interceptions...started the final 37 consecutive games of his career...played in 49 contests during four seasons.
Finished second on the team with 75 tackles (39 solos); also recorded 7.5 tackles for loss, one quarterback sack, one fumble recovery and three interceptions; started all 12 games...registered a team-high eight tackles, including five solo stops, at Brigham Young...recorded a team-leading six solo tackles against Army...notched two solo stops, one assisted tackle and an interception against Florida State...made five total tackles (three solos) at Clemson...recorded four tackles (one solo) against Ball State...registered seven stops (four solos) and two tackles for loss (for four yards) against Virginia...had eight tackles (three solos), three tackles for loss (for a collective 13-yard loss) and one quarterback sack against Wake Forest...tallied a season-high 11 total tackles (six solos) at Virginia Tech...was credited with three tackles (one solo) including one half tackle for loss at North Carolina...had eight tackles (three solos) and one interception returned 31 yards in his final home game against North Carolina State...recorded four tackles (two solos) and one interception, returned 35 yards for a touchdown at Maryland...registered eight tackles (three solos), 2.5 tackles for loss, one pass breakup and one fumble recovery (returned 55 yards) against Boise State in the MPC Computers Bowl.
Earned 2004 All-Big East second-team honors...had an outstanding season at middle linebacker...started all 12 games and developed into one of the team's emotional leaders...finished third on the team in tackles with 75 (33 solos, 42 assists); also recorded 6.5 tackles for loss, three pass breakups and a team-high six interceptions for 52 yards...was credited with six assisted tackles at Ball State...enjoyed a career day with two interceptions (24 return yards), three pass deflections, one tackle for loss and three solo stops against Penn State; gained Big East Co-Defender of the Week honors for his efforts against the Nittany Lions...made four solo tackles and forced one at Wake Forest...totaled nine tackles, including two solos, at Pittsburgh; also notched one tackle for loss and one pass break-up in the game...made four solo stops and one assisted tackle at Notre Dame... registered a team-high 10 tackles (three solos) and had one interception at West Virginia ...gained Big East Defensive Player of the Week accolades after making 15 tackles, including 10 assists, at Temple; also recorded one interception (20 return yards) and 2.5 tackles for loss...recorded two interceptions against Syracuse; also made five tackles (three solos) and one tackle for loss; received the Orrie T. Scarminach Award as the outstanding Boston College player in the Syracuse game...finished with six tackles (3 solos) and two tackles for loss against North Carolina in the Continental Tire Bowl.
Started all 13 games for the Eagles at middle linebacker...finished the season third on the team in total tackles with 88 (46 solos, 42 assists)...also had 8 TFLs for 17 yards, one sack, a pass breakup, 6 quarterback hurries and a forced fumble...earned the start after battling for the position with Ricky Brown throughout preseason camp...eight tackles (seven solos), one quarterback sack and a caused incompletion vs. Wake Forest in the season opener...one solo, six assists, one QB hurry vs. Penn State...five solos and one assist vs. Connecticut...registered three solos, three assists vs. Miami...three solos, two assists, one TFL vs. Ball State...two solos, two assists, one QB hurry vs. Temple...two solos, two assists vs. Syracuse...six solos, one assist, two TFLs, three QB hurries vs. Notre Dame...three solos, four assists vs. Pittsburgh...two solos, two assists, one TFL vs. West Virginia...three solos, seven assists, forced one fumble vs. Rutgers...led the team at Virginia Tech with 14 tackles (eight solos)...also had three TFLs for seven yards...six tackles vs. Colorado State in the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl.
Number two at middle linebacker all season behind Vinny Ciurciu...25 tackles (14 solos), 4 TFLs for 16 yards, two sacks on the year...also had a pass deflection and a fumble recovery...one tackle vs. Connecticut...one solo, one assist, plus the first sack of his career vs. Stanford...one solo, two assists, one TFL vs. Miami...two tackles vs. Central Michigan...two solos, one TFL and a fumble recovery vs. Navy...five tackles (two solos), one sack vs. Pittsburgh.
Quarterbacked Cresskill to two consecutive berths in the New Jersey Group 1 state final...earned 2000 SuperPrep all-New Jersey honors; captured all-East honors from Tom Lemming...gained Newark Star-Ledger all-state second team honors in 2000...recorded 1,975 passing yards and 24 TD passes as a senior quarterback at Cresskill; led the Cougars to the Bergen County Scholastic League Olympic Division football championship...threw for more than 1,600 yards as a junior, capturing 1999 All-Bergen County second team accolades; threw 20 touchdown passes.
Raymond Patrick Henderson, born August 20, 1983...enrolled in the Lynch School of Education...Ray is the oldest of Margaret and Todd Henderson's six children; he has two brothers and three sisters.
Solo: 8 vs. Virginia Tech (11/22/03)
Assist: 10 vs. Temple (10/20/04)
Total: 15 vs. Temple (11/20/04)
Sacks: 1 (four times)
TFL: 3 vs. Virginia Tech (11/22/03)
QBH: 3 vs. Notre Dame (10/25/03)
Interceptions: 2 (twice)
Interception return long: 31 vs. NC State (11/12/05)
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