Although reports on Monday linked vaunted Minneapolis prospect Seantrel Henderson to Ohio State, the Cretin-Derham Hall offensive lineman has yet to give a verbal commitment to any program as of yet, according to his father.
"Right now, Seantrel remains uncommitted and the six programs he has narrowed his list down to remain the same," Sean Henderson, the father of Seantrel Henderson, said on Monday afternoon. "Seantrel is currently weighing his options. He has not made any decision yet, and as such, there has been no announcement made."
As things stand right now, according to his father, Seantrel's final six schools are Florida, Miami, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Ohio State and USC.
"All the schools are good schools, and Seantrel has good things to say about them all," Sean Henderson said.
Sean Henderson would not commit to any time table, only to say that his son has not yet made up his mind. Henderson strongly denies that his son has made any decision or contacted any programs about making a verbal commitment.
For much of the past year, Henderson has been the nation's most celebrated prospect. The 6-foot-8, 300-plus-pound left tackle was recently named the Anthony Muñoz Award winner as the nation's top offensive lineman. The U.S. Army All-American is currently ranked the No. 2 player in the nation according to Rivals.com and was recently named the Parade High School Player of the Year.