West Virginia adds North Carolina wing
Tuesday, 25 October 2011 03:16 Written by Van Coleman
“Seeing the atmosphere there for football (vs.LSU) was exciting, and everyone told me it was going to be the same for basketball,” Henderson told the News & Observer. “I feel this is really where I’ll fit in.”
He averaged 22 points, six rebounds as a junior while leading Neuse Baptist to their third 3A Christian school title. He has scored more than 2,000 points in his high school career, that is a fact, and has started since he was an eighth grader. He has great length and a sweet stroke for perimeter (47% as a junior) that sets up dribble drive and finish at the rim in traffic. He has tools to be a solid defender in the Big East, something that will let him see playing-time as a freshman for Bob Huggins squad.