Henderson talks about Nebraska offer

Nebraska extended an offer to Quadree Henderson from Wilmington (De.) Alexis I. Dupont last week. The wide receiver says he doesn't know a lot about the Huskers, but plans on seeing what they are all about on an unofficial visit in April.

Quadree Henderson from Wilmington (De.) Alexis I. Dupont is spending the winter sports season preparing for next fall. The 5-foto-9 and 172-pound wide receiver had a long list of things that he was planning to address.

"I am not playing any sports this winter," Henderson said. "I wanted to spend that time working out and trying to improve my speed, my hands, field awareness and improve my vision."

Henderson says that he can get defenders leaning one way and run right past them. Feedback from college coaches has been about seeing Henderson in the slot position at the next level.

"I set the defenders up really well. I can get them to lean and that I can just run right past them. I can do a little bit of everything as a receiver. People have told me that they like me better in the slot."

"I am going to go to Boston College for a spring practice and I am planning on making it to Nebraska in April. I am also going to go and see Ohio who just offered me this week. I have eight total offers right now."

The visits for Henderson are going to be very critical for his college decision. "I am looking for a good experience when I go there on my visit. I want to go to a school that has good facilities and has my major."

The Huskers interest is about as new as their offer to Henderson. While he plans on visiting in a couple of months he admits that he knows next to nothing about Nebraska.

"I don't know anything about Nebraska really," Henderson said. "Coach Rich Fisher has come to see me from Nebraska. We spoke for the first time last week when they offered."

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Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 12 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 14 years.
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