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Seantrel Henderson story takes another strange twist | Eye on the U
University of Miami junior OT Seantrel Henderson has not been cleared to practice due to a reported concussion he suffered during a car accident.
Henderson has been sidelined due to NCAA rules after he missed the first few Hurricanes practices to attend a funeral of a childhood friend. The car accident, which resulted in a concussion, happened on the way back home. He has since been doing light conditioning in shorts on the side, but has not participated in contact. Henderson was an immensely talented prep player, a former five star player. He was given numerous honors as a prep including being called by recruiting guru Tom Lemming as, "a cross between Jonathan Ogden and Orlando Pace." Henderson, from Minnesota, originally signed with USC out of High School but was quickly released from his scholarship because he did not want to deal with the sanctions put on the school. As a true freshman, Henderson started nine games at RT and was named an All-American freshman by many different sources. In 2011 he started two games after recovering from off-season back surgery.