Former Wisconsin defensive back Aaron Henry is headed to the SEC for his latest coaching gig.
Over the weekend, ESPN reported that Henry, who was an assistant coach at NC State for three seasons, is leaving Raleigh to become the safeties coach at Vanderbilt. Henry had been at NC State since 2017, where he started out as the safeties coach. He then moved to nickels coach ahead of the 2018 season.
Prior to his time at NC State, Henry also had stops at Rutgers and Arkansas.
Henry played at Wisconsin from 2007-11. He earned first-team All-B1G honors in 2011 after finishing the season with 67 tackles, eight pass break-ups and four interceptions.
Henry replaces former Vanderbilt safeties coach Terrence Brown, who left the Commodores to join the staff at Washington.