Due to the continued increase in interest from college coaches, who are making Manual High School a must stop during the month of May, the 6-foot-4, 290-pound lineman isn't ready to claim a list of favorites.
"Right now we are open...period," said his father Aundre Henderson Sr. on Monday afternoon. "We're not even close to figuring out who is leading at this point. We are just trying to sort everything out."
"When the time comes we will sit down and weigh all the schools, but right now no one leads" Mr. Henderson told Inside the Ville.
Recently reports have surfaced elsewhere that may indicated that Henderson may be favoring a certain in-state school, or even that he may be planning on going out of state to play football, but according his father, that is just not the case.
"That was someone's opinion," he explained. "Right now neither of the state schools have an advantage over the other. Not one school recruiting Aundre has an advantage...period."
Henderson, who is soft-spoken off the field, is focused on improving his strength and having a strong senior season for Manual. He recently started a job at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom to help him save money to purchase a new weight lifting set, which he plans on using in his family's garage.
"This is about Aundre's life," his father continued. "He can't play football forever, so we have to consider everything."
Everything will most certainly include many more options than he currently has as programs such as Boston College, Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, Vanderbilt and others have recently made inquiries about the standout lineman.
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