2014 quarterback Caleb Henderson out of Burke (Va.) Lake Braddock is quickly becoming a top quarterback for next year. The 6-foot-3, 215-pounder discussed a handful of offers and is looking ahead to summer.
"I've gotten a couple more offers, but I'm supposed to keep quiet about them right now."
At last confirmation, Henderson had offers from Maryland, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Aside from the scholarships, Henderson visited a pair of schools over the spring.
"I went to Maryland's spring game and Virginia for two practices," he said. "Maryland's spring game was awesome. I had a really good experience there and got to see a lot. I went to Maryland with a bunch of kids from Lake Braddock, so that was fun.
"For Virginia, I watched film with Coach Lazor, the quarterback coach. After that, he toured us around the campus a bit and we watched more film. It was a good experience. It was really good to see what they thought and get good feedback. I got to see their multiple set offense and I think I'd fit pretty well there."
Henderson plans to head to a few more schools this summer.
"This summer I am going to Michigan State, Michigan, Ohio State and Miami if I can make it in time," he said. "I know all of the schools I visit the facilities are going to be amazing, so that is not going to catch my eye. What I want to get is out of the coaches, their relationship with me and how much they want me."
Henderson confirms that he has no favorites at this time.
Meanwhile, Henderson recently participated in the Elite 11 and impressed.
"I was ranked the top sophomore there," he said. "I thought it was a great camp. I felt pretty good about it and felt like I did well there. They had a lot of great quarterbacks there and I was just on top of my game that day.
"Next year, I'm going to California, that's my goal."