"I'm going to attend their camp and we were talking about that," Henderson said. "He was telling me he hadn't heard from me in a while, but we just got out of school and I was locked down on my grades.
Lots of schools are showing interest in Henderson, including Arkansas and Texas Tech, who recently came to watch him practice. Though he hasn't picked up any new offers, Henderson's interest in Louisville continues to evolve.
"Nothing has changed with Louisville," Henderson said. "I think it would be a great school for me. I still think if I was to go there I would succeed and I like their coaching staff. I like Coach Bedford and Coach Hurtt. I'm saying a prayer about [recruiting] because it's the next four years of my life so I'm not trying to just jump and commit to anybody just yet."
Henderson said his parents will "most likely," visit Louisville with him later this month.