He has the size to play offensive tackle but must get a little quicker. Teams realize that you can't coach size though, and they have been quick to offer him a scholarship. Clemson was a clear #1 team for Henderson going into this weekend, and he took a visit to Clemson last weekend.
"My visit went real good," said Henderson. "I just got back around 4:30 this afternoon. I didn't commit or anything but Clemson is still my number one team. Greg Walker was my player host, and I hung out with Duane Coleman for most of Sunday. I'm going to Florida State this weekend and either NC State or South Florida on the 31st. I'm probably going to NC State though. I just want to make sure I take all of my visits before I make a firm decision."
Keep an eye on Henderson over the course of the next 2 weeks. At 6-7 and 330+, he won't be hard to find.
Henderson Still Favoring Clemson?
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