February 1st, 2010 at 11:23 PM ^

Seantrel is not a Buckeye. "Seantrell Hendreson", however, is.


"Hendersonk, reportedly, selected the Buckeyes from a short list that also included Florida (visited December 18th, Iowa, Miami of Florida (visited land weekend), Minneosta (reportedly visited unofficially), Notre Dame (visited October 17th), Ohio State (visited September 11th, Oklahoma, Southern Cal (visited December 4th), Michigan and UCLA."

Hendersonk, excess commas, "selected the Buckeyes from a short list that also included...Ohio State".

Yeah, that article's legit.


February 1st, 2010 at 11:32 PM ^

Take it for what it is worth, but that is the same site & editor that reported that Pitt has been added to the Big Ten. We'll see, but I think Henderson is more likely to end up at USC than OSU.


February 1st, 2010 at 11:35 PM ^

That guy is an offensive line all by himself. Sorry to see him go over to the dark side. It would be fun to see Will Campbell battle with him if they ever go head to head.

Go Blue Toledo

February 1st, 2010 at 11:46 PM ^ had a piece a couple days ago where the author cited "inside sources" that Henderson indeed is a quiet Buckeye commit.

What I don't understand is, why would an OT want to go to anOSU? They haven't put out an OT since Orlando Pace.


February 2nd, 2010 at 6:43 AM ^

from a friend of mine that lives in minnesota that henderson was tutored by sweater vest's niece. his brother apparently lives in the area and they have that connection with henderson. the same friend told me he is a lock for o$u.

these wolverines

February 2nd, 2010 at 8:59 AM ^

i know he said he wanted to go to a program with good oline tradition, i dont see how ostate has that. they have had pace and mangold, while michigan is a oline factory pumping out starters and probowlers and #1 overall draft pics. Go south mr henderson or stay in your backyard.


February 2nd, 2010 at 9:56 AM ^

I agree with Obes. Other than Nick Mangold, I don't think Tressel has produced a noteworthy NFL offensive lineman. Even guys like Mike Adams, JB Shugarts, Alex Boone, Jim Cordle, Ben Person, etc. haven't developed into anything special despite being heavily recruiting in high school (although, to be fair, Adams and Shugarts only just finished their second years).