Does Tech Have a Shot with 4-Star DT?

Texas Tech will present two consecutive, live auditions for the services of 4-star defensive tackle Zaycoven Henderson from Longview, Texas over the next two weeks. With Henderson visiting Oklahoma this weekend for the game against Texas Tech and another planned for the following weekend in Lubbock against Kansas State, this is the Red Raiders' time to make an impression.

Texas Tech will present two consecutive, live auditions for the services of 4-star defensive tackle Zaycoven Henderson from Longview, Texas over the next two weeks.

The No. 21 rated defensive tackle in the country has been making the rounds lately with recent visits to Ole Miss and Texas. But with Henderson visiting Oklahoma this weekend for the game against Texas Tech and another planned for the following weekend in Lubbock against Oklahoma State, this is the Red Raiders' time to make an impression.

The one-time TCU commit holds offers from all of the Texas schools in the Big 12, plus Oklahoma, Oklahoma State along with Arkansas and Mississippi in the SEC.

Even with all the competition, Texas Tech has a rare opportunity to make a push with the 6-foot-3, 335 pounder in consecutive weeks.

So how does he feel about Texas Tech right now? Scout.com's Yancy Porter caught up with him earlier this week.

"I have a cousin and some former teammates who go there. They tell me that I would love it there," Henderson said. "That comes from a family member so that means a little bit more than just a friend or teammate. Everybody is going to try and sell their school. I know what's up, but I listen to my family."

Batson will be in attendance Saturday
Oklahoma City Millwood senior Cameron Batson, a Texas Tech commit at inside receiver, said he'll also be at Owen Field to watch Texas Tech take on OU.

Batson added he plans on visiting Lubbock next week for the Oklahoma State game and will make an official visit to Texas Tech sometime after his season is over.

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