In the process of finalizing his senior film, Henderson plans to get it out as soon as he can.
Henderson has one official visit set up, for Hawaii on January 19th, a trip he's looking forward to.
"I like Hawaii a lot, they were one of my first offers," said Henderson. "I've never been out there so I'm really looking forward to that trip."
Oregon State had come by during the season, but Henderson said most of his communication has been via email or the phone.
He's coming off a season where he became the focal point of the Pacers' defense, with former safety partner Shaquille Thompson now at Washington.
"The season went pretty good, but we lost early," said Henderson. "My stats were nice but that wasn't what I was looking for."
On the year, Henderson had 130 tackles and five interceptions while catching 35 passes for 650 yards and six touchdowns.