Henderson prefers warm weather

Defensive end Raymond Henderson was a varsity starter at offensive tackle for Milwaukee (Wis.) Vincent during both his freshman and sophomore years. He transfered to Oak Creek and started at defensive end his junior season.
The 6-foot-5 and 250 pound Henderson made 104 tackles including 19 sacks as he played the end opposite Ryan Anderson. Anderson had scholarship offers from Miami, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Wisconsin, and many others before signing with the Hurricanes in February.
After being named all-conference and all-region, it's now Henderson's turn with recruiters.
"Some of the schools are Iowa, USC, Miami, Florida, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Ohio State," Henderson said. "Those are some right now. And I was on the phone with Notre Dame the other day."
"Ball State has offered me. And I'm going down to Iowa March 27 for a spring practice. They said once they see me they're going to offer."
"I visited Wisconsin. I went to their junior day. It was pretty fun."
"But I would say truthfully I probably don't want to be in the Midwest. I feel more explosive in hot weather. But I don't have a favorite at this point."