Looks like this roller-coaster ride will finally come to an end:
On Sunday, Henderson’s father, Sean, said that his son will his letter of intent on Tuesday at 2:45 p.m. CST during a ceremony at Cretin-Derham Hall High School in St. Paul, Minn. and then fax it to U.S.C.
“It is U.S.C.,” the elder Henderson said in a telephone interview. “There’s no doubts. A hundred thousand, trillion percent, it’s U.S.C. It’s 100 percent.”
…But Henderson said the reason that his son didn’t sign last Thursday was because “there were people that wanted to be there that couldn’t be there.” He dismissed speculation by some that he and his son delayed signing to try to generate more publicity.
With Seantrel signing, that gives USC the top class in the nation for 2010. Very impressive start for CLK, even though he can't take full credit for the class, he does deserve some credit for keeping the class intact and pulling some major recruits like Seantrel, Nickell Robey, Glen Stanley, etc.
Seantrel is easily the most important recruit of this class. With Butch Lewis graduating and Tyron Smith likely gone after next year, we will have Seantrel and Matt Kalil to fill out the tackle spots in 2011. Matt played RT against Boston College in the Emerald Bowl and looked more comfortable at that spot.