Things Are Heating Up For Justin Henderson!

Due to the emergence of 2010 DL/OL prospect, A.J. Cann, the coaching staff at Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School has been working extensively, fielding a number of phone calls for the big guy. Well it's about to get worse. Especially now, that the word has gotten out about Cann's teammate, Justin Henderson.

Most of you should be familiar with the name A.J. Cann by now. Well another name that you should familiarize yourself with is, Justin Henderson, A.J.'s teammate.

Standing at 6-4, 232 pounds, Henderson already possesses good size for a DI college prospect. But the scary thing is that he still has plenty of room to fill out, and a number of college coaches are aware of that. I guess that somewhat explains why his mailbox has been getting flooded with letters from a number of programs across the country.

"I've been getting a bunch of stuff in the mail," the talented DE/TE informed "I've been getting letters from South Carolina, Clemson, Appalachian State, Georgia, Wisconsin, Middle Tennessee State, Tulsa, Vanderbilt and several other schools."

As you can see, Henderson has been keeping the mailman very busy… However, he has also increased the workload for the Bamberg-Ehrhardt Coaching Staff. Handling telephone calls for A.J. was enough by itself. But Henderson has made things that much more hectic for the coaching staff. "Man it's starting to get crazy around here," One of the members from the B-E Coaching staff told "First it was A.J., now it's Justin. I hate to see when April comes; the evaluation period (laughing). That's when it's really going to get wild."

Although Henderson has yet to receive his first offer, the two-way star feels like it is only a matter of time before they start trickling in. "I spoke with one of the coaches from Tulsa," Henderson said. "They saw my tape, and they really like it a lot. I really think they're going to offer me soon. I also spoke with Middle Tennessee. They like me a lot too. They had a lot of good things to say about me. I'm just ready to get that first offer."

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