Rutgers head football coach Chris Ash has named Aaron Henry assistant defensive backs coach on Monday.
Henry played for Wisconsin from 2007-11, playing for Ash the final two seasons and serving as a graduate assistant at Arkansas with Ash.
At Wisconsin, Henry appeared in 52 games and made 32 starts, compiling 181 tackles, including seven for loss with 4.5 sacks, seven interceptions and 23 passes defensed. He helped lead the Badgers to three consecutive Big Ten titles, including victories in each of the first two Big Ten Championship games. He was part of three Wisconsin teams that became the first Big Ten program to play in the Rose Bowl three straight years since the 1976-78 seasons.
Henry spent the last two seasons as a defensive graduate assistant focusing on the secondary at Arkansas.