2018 NFL Draft

Seantrel Henderson, OT

School: Miami (Fla.)  |  Conference: ACC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Saint Paul, MN
Height/Weight: 6-7 / 331 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
2013 Season
Played in 12 games along offensive line, making eight starts at right tackle ... Third-team All-ACC by Athlon Sports and league's head coaches ... Honorable mention All-ACC selection by ACSMA ... One of three Hurricanes invited to 2014 Senior Bowl ... Helped anchor offensive line that paved way for Hurricanes offense that averaged 425.8 yards of total offense and 33.8 points per game ... Earned letter.
2012 Season
Played in 11 games along offensive line and started final seven games at right tackle ... Earned All-ACC honorable mention from ACSMA and league coaches ... Anchored O-line that paved way for third-best passing offense (295.4) and fifth-best total offense (440.2) in ACC ... Earned letter.
2011 Season
Played in eight games and earned two starts after recovering from offseason surgery ... Two starts came against South Florida and Duke ... Allowed zero sacks on the season and registered only one penalty against ... Helped the offense to a No. 44 national ranking in average yards per carry (4.39). Earned a letter.
2010 Season
Started nine of the 12 games he played in for Miami ... Saw most of his action at the right tackle position ... Named to the NWAA FRESHMAN All-American Team ... Team averaged 494.9 yards per game with him in the starting lineup ... Named Newcomer of the Year at the team's annual awards banquet ... Graded out at 100 percent in just his second collegiate game, against Pittsburgh. Earned a letter.
High School
Named the 2009 USA Today High School Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the first lineman to win that award ... Ranked as the No. 2 recruit in the country by Rivals.com and was a five-star recruit ... Named Junior of the Year by Rivals.com in 2008 ... Did not allow a sack in 250 pass attempts his senior year ... Selected an EA Sports First-Team All American in 2009 ... One of two juniors to be named USA Today First-Team All American in 2008 and made the team again in 2009 ... Recognized as the Minnesota Player of the Year in 2009 ... Also, in 2009, led Cretin-Derham Hall to a 5A state championship ... Rated No. 1 offensive lineman by Rivals.com ... Named 2009 Parade Magazine Player of the Year ... Rated the No. 1 player and a five-star recruit by Scout.com ... 2009 All-State Player of the Year ... Was first-team All-Metro as a senior ... Also was a participant of Cretin-Durham Hall basketball and track teams ... Won the shot put, discus throw and 1,500 meter in the 2004 Minnesota Junior Olympics.
Injury Report
2011: Missed multiple games following offseason back surgery.