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|No. 76 – Houston Texans|
|Born:|| (age 26)January 21, 1992|
|Height:||6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)|
|Weight:||331 lb (150 kg)|
|High school:|| Cretin-Derham Hall |
( Saint Paul, Minnesota )
|NFL Draft:||2014 / Round: 7 / Pick: 237|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Career NFL statistics as of 2017|
Seantrel Henderson (born January 21, 1992   ) is an American football offensive tackle for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft . He played college football at Miami . Henderson attended Cretin-Derham Hall High School and originally signed a letter of intent to play college football at the University of Southern California ,  but was released from his commitment in July 2010 and eventually committed to the University of Miami. 
- 1 High school career
- 1.1 Recruiting
- 2 College career
- 3 Professional career
- 3.1 Buffalo Bills
- 3.2 Houston Texans
- 4 References
- 5 External links
High school career[ edit ]
Henderson was considered the top overall player in his class by a number of recruiting services; Rivals.com 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.  Henderson 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.  Tom Lemming called him “a cross between Jonathan Ogden and Orlando Pace ,” two of the best offensive tackles in the NFL in the 2000s;  Sports Illustrated called him “probably the most polished lineman of the past decade.” 
He was also 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.  He played for the “Howard Pulley Panthers” on the AAU circuit alongside Harrison Barnes , one of the nation’s top basketball prospects.  Henderson also threw shot put and discus and won the 1,500 meter race walk, shot put, and discus in the USATF 2004 Minnesota Junior Olympics Outdoor Championships.
Recruiting[ edit ]
After unofficial visits to Minnesota , Wisconsin , Michigan and Michigan State , he acknowledged that Michigan was his early favorite.  In the summer of 2009, Henderson took unofficial visits to Florida State , Florida , Ohio State , Tennessee , Southern California , and UCLA . At that point, Notre Dame , USC, Ohio State and Michigan were mentioned as leading contenders. Henderson’s former Cretin-Derham Hall teammate Michael Floyd was playing for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Henderson scheduled his fifth and final official recruiting visit to the University of Miami for the 2010 Pro Bowl weekend in late January. He had already made official visits to USC, Ohio State, Notre Dame, and Florida. 
Henderson announced his college decision on Tom Lemming’s television show on CBS College Sports on National Signing Day .  He verbally committed to the Trojans, but did not sign his letter of intent until after USC went before the NCAA infractions committee on February 19 to respond to allegations relating to a scandal involving Heisman Trophy-winning tailback Reggie Bush .  Henderson finally signed his letter of intent on March 22, 2010.  When the NCAA rendered its decision banning USC from postseason play for two years and imposing severe scholarship reductions, Henderson asked to be released from his commitment to USC. Henderson was released from his commitment to USC on July 6, 2010. 
On July 9, 2010, Henderson announced his decision to attend the University of Miami, which had always been his “second choice”, according to his father. 
College career[ edit ]
As a true freshman at Miami, Henderson played 12 games (including 9 starts) and saw most of his action at right tackle. Henderson earned All-Freshman selections by the Football Writers Association of America , College Football News , Phil Steele , and Rivals.com .  
In 2011, Henderson played in eight games and earned two starts after recovering from off-season back surgery. In March 2012, Henderson was suspended for the first weekend of spring practice for violating team policy. The team also announced that he would not play in the opening game of the 2012 season against Maryland.  
On August 1, 2012, Henderson was involved in a car accident while driving to a friend’s funeral in which the Chevy Impala he was driving ran a red light and crashed into a car carrying a family of six. Two children in the car were transported to the hospital. Henderson received a concussion. Henderson was cited for driving with an expired license and running a red light. Henderson missed the first twelve Miami Hurricane practices while recovering from the concussion. 
In the 2012 season, Henderson started seven games at right tackle for the Hurricanes.  He was an honorable mention on the All- Atlantic Coast Conference team. Henderson opted to remain at Miami rather than make himself eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft . 
After the 2013 season, Henderson was once again named an honorable mention on the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team.  He was demoted to backup for three games and suspended for one. 
Henderson was invited to the 2014 Senior Bowl . Before the game, he admitted that marijuana use led to his three suspensions from the University of Miami football team. “I’m just being honest with every (NFL) team and letting them know exactly what the situations were, and that I’m putting all the negative things behind me moving on to the next level,” he said. “I want to be a starter and play in the NFL.” 
Professional career[ edit ]
|Ht||Wt||Arm length||Hand size||40-yard dash||10-yd split||20-yd split||20-ss||3-cone||Vert jump||Broad|
|6 ft 7 1⁄8 in|
|34 5⁄8 in|
|10 1⁄2 in|
|5.04 s||1.74 s||2.92 s||4.77 s||8.15 s||24 in|
|7 ft 11 in|
|All values from NFL Combine |
Buffalo Bills[ edit ]
The Buffalo Bills selected Henderson in the seventh round (237th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft . 
In his rookie season in 2014, Henderson started all 16 games at right tackle . He was a standout as a rookie as he led all NFL players in performance-based pay. 
In 2015, Henderson missed the final three games of the season after he was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease . 
In 2016, Henderson underwent surgery and another operation to remove all infected areas and reattach his intestines before announcing that he would return to the team.  Henderson was suspended for the first four games of the 2016 NFL season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.  On November 29, 2016, Henderson was suspended 10 games for a second violation of the NFL’s policy and program for substances of abuse.   Henderson admitted that he used marijuana to deal with the pain from his Crohn’s disease and the two intestinal surgeries from earlier in the year.
Houston Texans[ edit ]
On March 15, 2018, Henderson signed a one-year contract with the Houston Texans . 
References[ edit ]
- ^ a b Millea, John (January 23, 2008). “Henderson is the next big thing” . Star Tribune. Archived from the original on January 24, 2008.
- ^ Millea, John (August 31, 2009). “Cretin-Derham Hall’s Seantrel Henderson: Everyone’s No. 1” . Star Tribune. Archived from the original on September 9, 2009.
- ^ a b Dyer, Kristian R. (March 23, 2010). “Top recruit Seantrel Henderson finally signs letter with USC” . Sport Illustrated.
- ^ a b Jackson, Barry (July 9, 2010). “Offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson will enroll at UM” . Miami Herald.[ dead link ]
- ^ Buchanan, Olin (January 29, 2009). “Junior of the Year: Henderson draws coaches north” .
- ^ “2008 All-USA team” . USA Today.
- ^ “All-USA football: Henderson, Joyner named players of year” , USA Today , December 23, 2009
- ^ “Recruiting guru tabs Cretin’s Henderson as best in Class of 2010” . Star Tribune. April 23, 2008. Archived from the original on April 27, 2008.
- ^ Dyer, Kristian (December 18, 2009). “No. 1 recruit Seantrel Henderson getting used to grueling process” . Sports Illustrated.
- ^ Lemire, Joe (July 14, 2008). “Where Will They Be?” . Sports Illustrated.
- ^ Campbell, Dave (December 5, 2009). “Cretin’s Henderson named Player of Year” . West Central Tribune. Archived from the original on December 6, 2009.
- ^ Winkeljohn, Matt (November 12, 2009). “Harrison Barnes and Seantrel Henderson formed a one-two punch on the Twin Cities-based Pulley Panthers AAU team” . ESPN.com.
- ^ Helmholdt, Josh (May 13, 2009). “Nation’s No. 1 prospect ‘loved’ visit to Michigan” . Detroit Free Press .
- ^ Millea, John (January 21, 2010). “Seantrel Henderson schedules final college visit” . Star Tribune.
- ^ Leighton, Tim (January 11, 2010). “Cretin-Derham Hall lineman Seantrel Henderson will name his college choice on Feb. 3” . Pioneer Press.
- ^ Evans, Thayer (February 3, 2010). “Top U.S.C. Recruit Is Not Signed Yet” . New York Times..
- ^ Klein, Gary (July 6, 2010). “Trojans release top recruit Seantrel Henderson from scholarship” . Los Angeles Times..
- ^ “2010 Freshman All-America Team” . FWAA. January 10, 2011.
- ^ “2010 All-Freshman Team Offense” . CFN. December 14, 2010. Archived from the original on December 18, 2010.
- ^ Degnan, Susan (March 4, 2012) “Three Miami Hurricanes players suspended for first weekend of spring practice.” Miami Herald. (Retrieved April 26, 2012.).
- ^ Eye on the U (March 11, 2012) “Seantrel Henderson suspended for UM season opener.” Miami Herald. (Retrieved April 26, 2012.)
- ^ Navarro, Manny (August 18, 2012) “Miami Hurricanes’ Seantrel Henderson ‘glad to still be alive’ following car wreck.” Miami Herald.
- ^ Millan, Jorge (January 12, 2013) “NCAA could deliver notice of allegations against University of Miami ‘as early as Monday.'” Palm Beach Post. (Retrieved January 16, 2013.)
- ^ Degnan, Susan Miller (January 16, 2013) “NFL on hold for Miami Hurricanes’ Brandon Linder, Curtis Porter, Seantrel Henderson. Miami Herald. (Retrieved January 16, 2013.)
- ^ Chrinos, Christy (December 2, 2013) “Perryman, O’Donnell headline group of six ‘Canes named to All-ACC teams.” Sun Sentinel. (Retrieved December 4, 2013.)
- ^ Degnan, Susan (October 5, 2013) “Miami Hurricanes make changes along offensive line.” Miami Herald. (Retrieved December 4, 2013.)
- ^ Kelly, Omar (January 24, 2014) “Seantrel Henderson comes clean to NFL teams about his troubles at UM.” Orlando Sun-Sentinel. (Retrieved February 4, 2014.)
- ^ http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/seantrel-henderson?id=2543730
- ^ Tomasson, Chris (May 10, 2014) “Bills take former Cretin-Hall star Seantrel Henderson in 7th round despite failed drug test.” Twin Cities Pioneer Press. (Retrieved May 13, 2014.)
- ^ Smith, Michael David (March 13, 2015). “Seantrel Henderson leads all players in performance-based pay” . ProFootballTalk.NBCSports.com.
- ^ Gaillford, Brian (December 16, 2015). “Buffalo Bills’ Seantrel Henderson battling Crohn’s disease, per report” . BuffaloRumblings.com.
- ^ “Agent says Seantrel Henderson will be in Buffalo Tuesday” . Retrieved 2016-05-30.
- ^ Brown, Chris. “Seantrel Henderson to serve four-game suspension” . BuffaloBills.com.
- ^ Ian Rapaport (November 27, 2016). “Bill’s OT Seantrel Henderson facing 10-game suspension” . NFL.com. Retrieved November 27, 2016.
- ^ “Seantrel Henderson suspended by the league for 10 Games” . BuffaloBills.com. November 29, 2016.
- ^ “Texans sign Colvin, Fulton, Henderson, Kelemete” . HoustonTexans.com. March 15, 2018.
External links[ edit ]
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