Hubbs and Price said he’s all over the map with schools he’s interested in. Henderson said he’ll use his OV’s for schools he can’t afford to get to on his own. Also said some schools like him at different positions - UF wants him at DB for example. But that he prefers to play offense.
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SCUTTLE: Tennessee desperately needs to land a blue-chip tailback in the 2021 class and 4-star Virginia native Treveyon Henderson has emerged as a potential X-factor for the Vols. The 5-11, 190-pound tailback plays at the same high school as Darrell Taylor, winning a state title this fall after rushing for more than 2400 yards and 13 touchdowns. Henderson is a dynamic playmaker, adding a pass touchdown and five receiving score as well. He did note that some school like him at DB.
Henderson visited Tennessee for the UAB and hopes to visit again in early spring. He’s developed a good relationship with Brian Niedermeyer, but wants to get to know the rest of the staff better, especially RB coach David Johnson.
The most important recruiting factor for Henderson?
The feel here is that Henderson is wide open right now and will play out the process slowly. Oklahoma, Michigan, Clemson, Tennessee and others will all host the 4-star unofficially before he cuts down his list this summer.
Penn State, Ohio State and FSU are early factors for the 4-star, but Tennessee is definitely in the mix and will notably host Robinson on an unofficial on Feb. 2 — the last weekend before National Signing Day — but clearly a weekend earmarked for an early Junior Day.
I think our next RB coach will be an important factor here. Watching this guys HUDL film shows a guy with borderline elite play making ability. If we can get this guy, he could become that elite RB we have been hoping for.