Re: BS in chemical engineering and MA in accounting***
Dec 17, 2021, 9:49 AM
That’s very impressive with football being a full time job. Legit career fields with both. Should handle his NFL money well and have a great career after. This is what college sports are about, opportunities to do things you probably never dreamed of.
WOW, a BS in Chem E in that amount of time would be
Dec 17, 2021, 10:03 AM
impressive even if he was NOT a football player. He had to have a lot of high school Honor course credits transfer to be able to do it in that amount of time, I would think. With no transfer credits from high school, it took me every bit of four years AND some summer sessions to accumulate 145 credit hours.
I have posted this numerous times but I’m going to do it again. This is a link to an article and video about KJ’s commitment announcement when he was still in HS. This made him one of my favorite Tigers instantly. If you haven’t seen it please watch the video and read the article. I really hope he comes back!
WOW! I had never seen that. Thanks for sharing. It made my day to see the love he obviously has for that coach. Tears in my eyes and pride in my heart that we have such a very fine young man representing Clemson University!!
Thanks so much for posting that. I remember how blown away I was when he committed, what maturity!! I had completely forgotten that it was KJ. Brains, talent, humility, kindness, selflessness... what a breath of fresh air. ??
WOW......thanks for sharing this. Unlike others, I had never seen it and don't know how I missed it. Have always loved the Dude as he is the closest thing to Christian Wilkins we have. Phenomenal accomplishments and selfishly hope we get to enjoy him another year. Regardless, he is locked and loaded for life.
This is the type of publicity that isn't "loud enough"! Had KJ stole a car or done something to get in trouble - "you have those that would be blasting the athlete and his sport"! They don't seem to want to see stories like this!
Great work KJ Henry and family!
Clemson and everyone involved with these student-athletes success should take a moment and be proud! then get back to grinding! Doing a terrific job! Thank You goes to all involved behind the scenes we don't know about!
He has always had the program's and coaches backs. He has been one of the first to tweet support for anyone in the program facing adversity. He has played hard and well on the field. When he has been in backup, he has had a great attitude and played hard. When he has had to be the next man up, he has come through with very good play. And now these academic accomplishments. He is the very personification of what you look for when you recruit student athletes.