DE Henderson gets OSU visit play-by-play 

October, 7, 2012
An ESPN Watch List junior had to rely on an ESPN 300 senior for verification, but both came away amazed at Ohio State’s 63-38 win over Nebraska on Saturday.

Joe Henderson
Jared Shanker/ESPN.comESPN Watch List defensive end Joe Henderson couldn't attend Ohio State's game against Nebraska because he sprained an ankle in a game Saturday afternoon, but still was impressed.
Defensive end Joe Henderson (Shaker Heights, Ohio/Shaker Heights) was scheduled to make an unofficial visit to The Horseshoe for the game, but had to bow out with a sprained ankle sustained earlier in the day in a 55-0 win over Valley Forge. So Henderson, who has major interest from Ohio State, turned to teammate Donovan Munger for verification about what he saw on television.

“The fans and the way Urban Meyer was coaching on the field was crazy,” Henderson said. “I talked to [Munger] and he talked about the fans and being there with the players and seeing them play and how great it was.”

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