Seantrel Henderson: Durability, agility, more

Injury and agility reports for OT Seantrel Henderson, along with his high school history and more.

Seantrel Henderson missed 12 fall practices after sustaining a concussion in a car accident in August of 2012. Underwent off-season back surgery in 2011 and talked about strength of hip being a concern following the surgery. Long spine and weight make back problems that much more of a concern.

5.04 in the 40-yard dash…1.74 10-yard dash…2.92 20-yard dash…4.77 20-yard shuttle…8.15 three-cone drill…24-inch vertical jump…7'-11" broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 25 times…34 5/8-inch arm length…10 ½-inch hands…82 7/8-inch wingspan.

Henderson attended Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, Minn.) High School, where he excelled in both football and basketball…Considered the top overall player in his class by a number of recruiting services; named him their 2008 Junior of the Year, while USA Today named him to their All-American first-team as one of only two juniors….Made the All-USA team in 2009 again, and was also named Offensive Player of the Year, the first lineman to do so in the 28-year history of the award…Featured in a July 2008 issue of Sports Illustrated, profiling young athletes poised to star in their sports, alongside Taylor Hall and Jeremy Tyler…In 2009, Henderson helped Cretin-Derham Hall to a 5A state championship and was named Minnesota Player of the Year by the Associated Press. It's believed to be the first time the annual award has gone to a lineman…A two-sport star, Henderson also played basketball, competing for the "Howard Pulley Panthers" on the AAU circuit alongside Harrison Barnes, one of the nation's top basketball prospects… Also threw the shot put and discus, winning the 1500-meter race walk, shot put, and discus in the USATF 2004 Minnesota Junior Olympics Outdoor Championships.

Henderson is enrolled in the school's General Studies curriculum…Born 1/21/92…
Resides in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

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