No. 30 OLB Jaquan Henderson Has Nebraska In Top Five

HAMPTON, Ga. — Just under two weeks ago Jaquan Henderson decommitted from UCLA, so where does he stand now? He has a new top five and Nebraska makes the cut.

Jaquan Henderson has really seen his recruitment take off over the past month or so.  New offers are rolling in giving him a lot more to think about.

After being committed to UCLA for nearly six months, Henderson backed off that pledge on March 2, 2016.  The 6-foot-1, 193 pound four-star outside linebacker out of Covington (Ga.) Newton County is athletic, and he can run.

His position on the next level is likely going to be more of a hybrid.  He could play strong safety or outside linebacker.  He has shown the ability to run with running back and even wide receivers in coverage.  He also has some pop when making the tackle.

Henderson has added over a dozen scholarship offers in 2016 and he now has a new top five.  He talks about those schools, when he could make his final decision, and more in this interview.

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