"I talked to Coach (Eric) Johnson," the JUCO defensive end said. "He asked me how I was doing and how my season was going. We went over the paper work to finalize my visit."
"Those are the three I'm considering right now," Hendrick said. "They're all pretty even. I don't have a favorite."
Hendrick said he decided on visiting Iowa first because it fit best into his schedule. He hasn't yet scheduled trips to Mississippi State or Kansas.
"I feel really comfortable with all three schools," Hendrick said. "I have a real good relationship with (Bulldogs Assistant) David Turner. We talk once a week.
"I also talk weekly with (Jayhawks Assistant) Rob Ianello."
Hendrick said he has spoken with Hawkeye Head Coach Kirk Ferentz about once a month since receiving his offer from the school.
Hendrick hopes his visits help him find a new home. He will have four years to play three at the next level.
"I just want to feel comfortable," he said. "I want to study criminal justice so having a strong program for my major is important. I want to find a team that really needs me and where I fit in."