Head Coach

Henry was most recently an assistant coach at Florida A&M University, overseeing the pitching staff and assisting in recruiting. During his time there, the Rattlers won two Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championships in 2015 and 2019. Those seasons also marked the program's first two appearances in the NCAA Tournament. In 2015, his pitching staff had a 4.71 ERA, the lowest in school history.

A Tallahassee native, Henry attended and played baseball at Florida High School, where he was named the Class 2A Player of the Year in 2003. That summer, he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft, but chose to play collegiately at North Florida Community College. After one season, he transferred to Florida State University. During his time there, he was named to the All-ACC First Team in 2005, 2006, and 2007. In 2007, he was named ACC Pitcher of the Year. He graduated with a degree in Physical Education.

He was then drafted in the 12th round of the draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks, where he played professionally for seven seasons. During his career he won league championships at the AA (Mobile BayBears) and AAA (Reno Aces) levels.

Before becoming the pitching coach at FAMU, Henry returned to his alma mater and served as a volunteer assistant coach at Florida State University under legendary Head Coach Mike Martin Sr., the winningest head coach in NCAA history.

"He's a big-time competitor," said Martin Sr., "and he will be a tremendous addition at TCC."

Henry is also heavily involved in the Tallahassee community. Each year, Henry hosts a Father-Son baseball camp with David Ross, another Florida High graduate and current manager of the Chicago Cubs.


Assistant Coach

Correy is beginning his first season as Assistant Coach at Tallahassee Community College.

A Tallahassee native, Correy graduated from Lincoln High school in 2006. After a successful high school baseball career he was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 42nd round of the Major League Baseball draft but chose to play collegiately.

Correy played at St. Petersburg Junior College in the 2007-2008 seasons. While there he received All Conference Honors. He also played in the 2008 Florida Junior College All Star Game. While attending he earned his Associates of Arts degree.

Correy was then drafted by the San Fransisco Giants in the 41st round of the Major League Baseball draft but continued his collegiate career.

He went on to play at the University of Tampa in the 2009-2010 seasons. While there he received All Conference Honors. His team made an appearance at the 2010 Division II NCAA College World Series.

During his college career, Correy played two seasons in the Summer Collegiate Baseball League. The first was with the Cotuit Kettleers in the Cape Cod League, then with the Keene Swamp Bats in the New England League ( where he would meet his future wife).

In 2010 Correy signed with the Kansas City Royals as a free agent where he went on to play two seasons. He also played two seasons in the Independent Baseball League.

After his professional career, Correy began giving private baseball and softball lessons in the South Georgia area. In the past seven years as an independent instructor he has helped over 100 players sign with colleges of different divisions.

Correy comes from a decorated baseball family with both his father and twin brother playing at the Major League level. (Bien Figueroa; Florida State University All American, MLB debut with the St. Louis Cardinals), ( Cole Figueroa; University of Florida All American, MLB debut with the Tampa Bay Rays). His god father Luis Alicea, his fathers teammate at both FSU and with the Cardinals went on to play 15 plus years professionally. His younger brother Cyle played at the Florida State College of Jacksonville and then professionally with the Ottowa Champions.

Correy lives in Tallahassee with his wife Bri and their 2 year old Australian Shepherd Mako. He enjoys spending time at the beach with his mother Cindy, whom has supported he and his brothers baseball careers, and has helped them become passionate and dedicated leaders in the sport they love.

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