The Milkman -
He did compete but he he hasn't produced students who have done well in tournaments like Irwin has. Danaher also has no tournament success to speak of and, until recently, he didn't really have many successful students. I can tell you that Danaher didn't all of a sudden figure out jiu jitsu in the last few years. His success, in large part, is due to his knowledge and teaching abilities and those were around long before Ryan, Tonnon, etc.
Danaher didn't cmpete nor have a team like he did now but for about the last 10 yrs or so, he had dozens of high level pro fighters train with him and had many many good things to say about him. Henry, not so much. WHile I think Danaher does get too much credit for some things, theres no doubt he is a standout instructor.
I've never trained with Henry myself but many of my friends have and they are all really good guys, none of them were really impressed with Henry and did think his marketing and hype was all he really had to him. They mentioned many of the things he emphasizes are basic things most good schools go over any. Im not saying Henry sucks, but is definitely nothing extravagant like his marketing tries to sell you. His selling of "secret Rickson" techiques really rub me the wrong way.
FFS, Krons school isn't that far from there and Kron does teach there a couple times a week although hes not the main guy