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Seantrel Henderson will sign with USC

JUPITER -- For those of you still holding out hope the Canes will sign Seantrel Henderson, you can now stop. Word from ESPN's JC Shurburtt is that the nation's No. 1 offensive tackle will sign with USC later this week.

Henderson, who picked the Trojans over UM and Ohio State among others, was waiting to get a clearer understanding of the possible sanctions USC could be facing from the nCAA. Apparently, whatever he heard convinced him to sign. Shurburtt also reported Henderson received his ACT scores and is now academically eligible. 

> UM coach Randy Shannon said last week the Hurricanes were out of football scholarships anyway. Five-star defensive back Latwan Anderson signed a national letter of intent for a track scholarship last Friday. He will walk-on to the football team in the fall, but his scholarship won't transfer to football until he plays in a game. 

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One thing you have to give Randy Shannon credit for is having an amazing judge of character in the kids he is recruiting. These "diva" 5 star recruits seem to be almost a cancer in and out of the locker room. Bryce Brown turned out to be a very mature and vital asset in Knoxville didn't he? Oh wait....

JC Shurburtt is a bad boy! JC will do big things. Good article.

Ty Johnson

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