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Here’s your sign: Seantrel Henderson reportedly in Miami

What, just because it’s a holiday you thought you were going to get a break from round-the-clock coverage of Seantrel Henderson? That’s just crazy talk.

The latest installment of the lineman’s saga comes once again from the St. Paul Pioneer Press and further buttresses the fact that the feet of the nation’s top recruit could be getting so cold that he may very well wind up playing at the collegiate level on the opposite coast.

According to Charley Walters of the Pioneer Press, Henderson was in Miami on Saturday. Miami, of course, was reportedly Henderson’s second choice after the Trojans on his to-go list, and Walters reported last week that Henderson was leaning toward the Hurricanes yet again.

Combined with the fact that head coach Lane Kiffin and several other members of the football program have twice flown to Henderson’s home in Minnesota in an attempt to “re-recruit” the tackle -- not to mention the Henderson camp refusing to comment on his status -- it would seem the odds are very long that Henderson ever puts on a cardinal and gold jersey.

Walters also raises an interesting point regarding Henderson’s Letter of Intent. The Henderson’s are claiming that Kiffin assured the recruit there would be no major sanctions for the football program, and that could be used as a way to secure a waiver from the NCAA in getting out of the LOI and not having to sit out a transfer year.