by Ryan Greenwood – Fastpitch Network
When Head Coach Scott Smith was considering moving Kayden Henry on to the Texas Bombers Gold 18U team of older players, he knew she had all the tools to flourish.
“She can do everything. That is rare to have all five tools. She has them all,” said Smith.
Being on a team loaded with talented 2021 and 2022 players headed to Power 5 schools, you would think she would get lost. She is the only 2023 player on this team.
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One Reply to “Kayden Henry uses IQ and Skill to Paint the Future”
This is not surprising at all. My niece Kayden comes from a family of athletes through out the years. Having a cousin that tried out for the Cinncinnati Reds, a cousin with full ride through college on a softball scholarship, her aunt that was inducted into The Slowpitch Hall Of Fame, her grandmother played All Tourney Teams, her mother also on a full Scholarship and a top notch player. Her uncles all play baseball and were very athletic. Kayden has what some coaches cannot teach. Proud of our Kayden