Earned three varsity baseball letters at Patrick Henry High School in San Diego, Calif., graduating in 2014....was the team captain all three seasons... earned all-CIF and team MVP honors as a senior... also played football during his sophomore and junior years...went undrafted out of high school... Went on to attend San Diego State, where he played four seasons (2015-18)…had a career batting average .312 in his four-year career...hit .317 (76x240) with 14 doubles, three homers and 34 RBI in his senior season of 2018... Drafted by Houston in the 26th round of the June 2018 draft...signed by Astros scout Ryan Leake... Received his first invite to Major League Spring Training this season.
Was named the 2021 Double-A Corpus Christi Hooks Player of the Year after hitting .293 (116x396) with 25 doubles, nine homers, 51 RBI, 11 stolen bases, a .369 OBP and an .808 OPS in 105 games... ranked among league leaders in average (4th, .293), doubles (4th, 25), hits (4th, .116) and OBP (9th, .369)...in his Double-A debut, hit the team’s first home run of the season on Opening Night at Whataburger Field...two games later, he recorded his first career multi-homer game to lead the Hooks to victory...the high note of Hensley’s season came May 21, when he hit a dramatic two-run walk-off home run in the 11th inning to beat Arkansas...also had a pair of 18-game on-base streaks: May 18-June 9 and July 10-Aug. 4...started 46 games at second base, 35 games at shortstop, 17 games at third and nine games at first...following the season, played for Santurce in the Puerto Rican Winter League, hitting .345 (20x58) with two doubles, five RBI and a .794 OPS in 16 games.
Did not appear in a regular season game in 2020 do to the cancellation of the minor league season.
Split his 2019 season between Class A Quad Cities (80g) and Class A Fayetteville (28g), combining to hit .260 (101x388) with 22 doubles, six homers, 46 RBI and 11 stolen bases...promoted to Fayetteville in August, where he excelled to hit .327 (32x98) with an .826 OPS in 28 games.
Made his professional debut for Quad Cities in 2018, appearing in 63 games.