Henderson, who is being recruited as an offensive tackle by Brad Scott, has apparently been swayed by a strong push from the Seminoles.
Henderson's brother indicated this afternoon that FSU could be the team to beat for his services.
"We'll, he's still up at N.C. State right now, but I know that FSU is really making a move for him. I'm not sure if Clemson is still leading or not, we'll just have to see. I'm not going to really say much other than that."
"He should be back home tomorrow at 4 o'clock, so you can call back then," added Mario's brother.
Mario visited Clemson last weekend, and left feeling as strong as ever about the possibility of playing football in Tiger Town sometime in the near future.
"My visit went real good," said Henderson. "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 N.C. State and then to Florida State on the 31st. I just want to make sure I take all of my visits before I make a firm decision."
We will continue to keep you updated on Mario Henderson, right up through signing day.
Henderson Still in Raliegh
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