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Week 5: The big guard transfer had by far his biggest workload of 2023. Henderson was in on 58 total total snaps, almost doubling his season high to that point. The extra work might have adversely impacted Henderson in pass protection, as he allowed three pressures, including one hit on QB J.J. McCarthy. His run blocking graded out better. — JH
Week 4: Henderson's snap count (30) jumped exponentially in the Wolverines' 31-7 win over Rutgers. The big tackle may still need to time to get used to the increased workload as he his play against the Scarlet Knights wasn't as strong as in previous games. He allowed one pressure but went through the game with no penalties called on him. — JH
Week 3: Henderson got in on 17 snaps in Michigan's win over Bowling Green. The transfer left tackle played well, especially in pass protection, where he didn't allow a pressure in the five passing plays he participated in.
Week 2: The Arizona State transfer saw his snap count (11) stay pretty much the same as in the season opener (nine). Henderson didn't allow a sack or pressure as the Wolverines' offensive line helped QB J.J. McCarthy (22-of-25, 278 yards and two TDs) continue his impressive start to the 2023 season. — JH
Week 1: The highly touted transfer from Arizona State played sparingly in Michigan's win over East Carolina. In his nine snaps, Henderson did not allow a sack, hurry or pressure as the Wolverines handily won, 30-3. — JH
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
2023: Henderson announced in December 2022 his decision to enter the portal and transfer to Michigan for the 2023 season.
— at Arizona State —
Earned four varsity letters at Arizona State (2019-20-21-22), appearing in 33 games with 29 starts (19 at left guard, 10 at left tackle)...Over his last two seasons (2021–22), charged with only two sacks on 619 pass-blocking snaps, per PFF
2022 (sr): Voted a team captain prior to the season…Started six games at left guard before suffering an injury against Washington (Oct. 8)...Received an invitation to the East-West Shrine Bowl.
2021 (jr): Started all 13 games with 13 starts at left guard, playing 801 of 813 offensive snaps…In the passing game, allowed one sack and only 10 pressures, the latter a top-five figure among Pac-12 guards…Helped lead a ground game that averaged 202.3 rushing yards per game during the regular season, a program-high since 2012; totaled 34 rushing touchdowns…ASU averaged 6.1 yards per play on offense and 388.1 total yards per game…The Sun Devils reached the SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl Game against Wisconsin…Pac-12 Offensive Lineman of the Week during one week in the month of October.
2020 (soph): Appeared in all four games, mixing in on special teams and at both guard and tackle on the offensive line.
2019 (fr): Appeared in 10 games on the offensive line with 10 starts at left tackle…Started at left tackle in the third game of the season, debuting in a road upset at Michigan State…Made nine consecutive starts afterward to close the season, including in a Sun Bowl victory over Florida State.
High school: Attended Waxahachie High School…Played for head coach Shane Tolleson, formerly Jon Kitna…247Sports Composite ranking of three stars; the No. 741-ranked player nationally, the No. 57 offensive tackle, and the No. 95 player in the state of Texas…Graded by 247Sports as a three-star prospect; the No. 87 player in the state of Texas and the No. 50 offensive tackle in the country…ESPN three-star prospect; the No. 96 player in his region, the No. 51 offensive tackle and the No. 70 player in the state of Texas…Ranked as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, the No. 106 player in Texas and the No. 10 center in the country…Charged with just one sack as a senior…Member of the 2017 Waxahachie team that played in the Regional Title game of the 2017 UIL 5A Division 2 Texas State Championship.
Born December 11, 2001…Son of LaTasha Vaughn…Earned his degree in interdisciplinary studies (communications and organizational leadership).
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