New York Sports Hub Welcomes Sponsored Athlete: Henry Hynoski

On behalf of all the members here at New York Sports Hub, we welcome our new sponsored athlete Henry Hynoski. Hynoski is the current fullback for the New York Giants, he went undrafted in the 2011 NFL Draft due to a hamstring injury during the NFL combine. 

The Giants took a chance on Hynoski to replace the ageing Madison Hedgecock and after Hedgecock was released, Hynoski beat out Bear Pascoe for the starting role.

Hynoski began his football career playing for the Southern Columbia Tigers in Catawissa, Pennsylvania. As I was attending the rival school, Bloomsburg Junior High School I was able to witness the play of Hynoski in person. I specifically remember a game in which Henry erupted for 100 yards and a touchdown en route to beating my Panthers 48-12.

On the back of the rushing attack, Henry led the Tigers to four straight PIAA State Championship games. Hynoski totaled up 7,165 rushing yards and 113 touchdowns at Southern Columbia, however the play of the ‘Hynoceros” did not end there. Henry went on to accept a scholarship to attend Pittsburgh University. At Pittsburgh Henry redshirted his freshman year. Then in the early 2011 season he elected to go to the NFL Draft and forgo his senior year.

As I previously mentioned Hynoski went on to become the New York Giants starting fullback where he blocked for former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw, now a Indianapolis Colt, and also for the former bruiser Brandon Jacobs. Shortly after arriving to the Giants, Henry became Super Bowl XLVI champion where the Giants defeated a deflated New England Patriots team 21-17. Hynoski currently sits with 33 rushing yards to pair with 138 receiving and a receiving touchdown.

Again, from all of us here at New York Sports Hub we welcome you and look forward to a bright future.

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