Utah State was the first to offer and after phone calls to Tulsa and Houston, he added two more..
"They (Utah State) came by my school today and Tulsa was there. They both said they like the way I run to the ball. The U of H coach said I was doing good the way I was talking to our players when our defense scored and I started telling them what we need to do better. They said I was leading.
Henderson and his Summit teammates are in their second week of spring drills and plenty of schools have stopped by. TCU and San Diego State were among the programs at his school on Monday while Tulsa, Houston and Utah State were among the programs at Tuesday's workout. Purdue, who offered the 6-foot-6, 250-pounder a few weeks ago, stopped by last week.
Henderson stated last week to HFB that the Frogs remain his #1 school.
Henderson registered 75 tackles, 9.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery as a junior in 2011.