Henderson's junior year at Hurst (Tex.) Bell has produced 24 points per game, 5 assists and 6 rebounds thus far.
"With my team I'm playing point guard and some off guard," Henderson said. "I'm seeing a lot of box and one's so it's easier for me to have the ball and run a set.
"Most of the schools say they that with my shooting ability I could be a two guard but they want me to be a point guard. It depends on the school. "
With early offers from Bradley, Utah, Notre Dame, Colorado and Stanford, Henderson's going to have a buffet of programs to pick from.
"We've got it to about 8 schools and in my mind Bradley is probably the leader because I love that conference that they're in," Henderson said. "The Missouri Valley always gets teams in the NCAA Tournament. Colorado, Marquette, Notre Dame, Stanford, Gonzaga, Creighton, Utah and Oklahoma are in there."
Henderson understands that he's not quite ready to be a full timer at the point but his long-term vision for his own game is likely to lead him to play the lead guard slot. "I see myself being a point guard. I feel like going through the box and one's and having the whole team swaying where I go it helps my passing ability. I think it'll help me to be a better point guard."
Sounds like it already is working.