Former TXHSFB Star: Memphis Tigers QB Seth Henigan
Henigan was a game-time decision against the Nicholls State Colonels. When coach Ryan Silverfield gave him the news that he would start the game, Henigan did not disappoint.
Week 1: Memphis-42 – Nicholls State 17
Henigan led the Tigers on nine drives, and they scored on each one. They did not punt. Henigan was 19 of 32 passing for 265 yards and one touchdown. He led an offense that racked up 587 yards of total offense, gained 32 first downs, and was 9 of 17 on 3rd down.
Memphis committed zero turnovers.
Week 2: Memphis- 55 – Arkansas State-50
Henigan was the starter again in Week 2 in a shootout with Arkansas State. And, he picked up where he left off in Week 1. Henigan was 22 of 33 passing for 417 yards and five touchdowns and no INTs. Over half of Henigan’s passing yardage went to WR Calvin Austin III, who caught six passes for 239 yards and three touchdowns. That was second-most in school history.
The Memphis offense gained 680 yards of total offense. It was the second consecutive week that the Tigers gained over 500 yards of total offense.
Henigan is averaging 341 passing yards per game going into Week 3. He has thrown six touchdown passes and no interceptions. Memphis will host Mississippi State on Saturday.
Seth Henigan at Denton Ryan (2018-2020)
In 2020, Henigan led the Raiders to an undefeated season (15-0). He passed for 3828 yards and 42 touchdowns on the way to the 5A State Championship Game to face and Cedar Park.
Henigan was named the game’s Offensive MVP after passing for 264 yards and four touchdowns and no INTs as the Raiders hoisted the hardware after a 59-14 win.
In that championship season, Henigan posted four games with 300+yards passing, five games with four passing touchdowns, and one game with five passing touchdowns.
In his career at Denton Ryan, Henigan passed for 8899 yards and 98 touchdowns.
He was rated a three-star prospect by 247sports.