Florida 4-star WR legacy recruit reportedly moves on from considering Gators (updated)
Editor’s note with update:
Florida fans and reporters have noted an apparent update by Rivals which now includes UF as a fourth school, despite saying Henderson is “down to three”:
So they updated it?
— David Waters – Gators Breakdown (@GatorDave_SEC) December 20, 2019
This isn’t the kind of news Florida fans are looking for around the holidays.
According to Rivals, WR Xzavier Henderson is no longer considering Florida when he signs in February. Georgia, Alabama, Clemson are his choices. A decision is expected at the Under Armour All-America Game next month. The Tigers have reportedly grabbed hold of some momentum in the month of December, but now the task will be on holding onto it as his announcement inches closer and closer.
Henderson is the brother of C.J. Henderson, who recently announced he was leaving for the NFL. For what it’s worth, C.J. Henderson disputed the report (but appeared to target the reporter passing along the Rivals report) in a tweet:
They let anyone be reporters nowadays especially in Gainesville 🥱🥱🥱 https://t.co/Ky3AnY03tq
— Chris Henderson Jr. (@HendersonChris_) December 19, 2019
Xzavier Henderson is from Miami, Florida (Columbus) and a 4-star wide receiver listed at 6-foot-3 1/2 and 180 pounds. He’s one of the top uncommitted prospects around, and is ranked the No. 10 wide receiver in Florida by the 247Sports Composite, and the No. 12 player overall in Florida. He has a reported 25 offers.
Here are Xzavier Henderson’s highlights from Hudl: