According to Bleacher Report, he is ranked 19 out of 32 kickers. But his score is 32.5 would put him in the top 10, but he lacks power so that is keeping him average. If he increases his strength, which we know he will. We may have one of if not the best kicker in the NFL by the end of the year. And we know how important a good kicker is.(Just ask any Ravens fan)
Chas Henry was 25 out of 32. His problem looks like power and working on inside the 20 and 10 kicks. Most punters struggle with that though. Would like to see him get stronger too.
The link with the article below.
If we were assigning letter grades, Henery would have a B+. He made 88.9 percent of his kicks during the 2011 season. This wasn't the best in the NFL, but it was damn close.
Henery kicked off 85 times, with 31 touchbacks and an average of 67 yards. These are all solid numbers, but right around the midline.
Attempted just two kicks over 50 yards. The Eagles aren't asking Henery to extend his range.
Henery is a line-drive kicker who has a maximum hang time of 4.4 seconds and a low of 3.6. This puts him right around the middle of the league.
The fact that Henery successfully made 23-of-25 kicks inside 50 yards is remarkable.
Henery's score as a field-goal kicker would likely put him in the top 10, but his lack of power (on field goals and kickoffs) keeps his score low.