The Deseret News' Dirk Facer reported in June that Henderson wanted to come to Utah because of the move to the Pac-10.
Henderson is a 5-foot-10, 165-pound cornerback from Rancho Verde High School in Moreno Valley, Calif., and according to Biggins, the Trojans have offered him a scholarship.
"It was great, I had a really nice time," Henderson said. "There was a ton of players there and some amazing talent. A lot of the committed guys were talking to us a lot and we all sat around and looked at all the talent in the room and said if every one of us decided to come to SC together, there's probably a 90 percent chance we could win a national title together."
Henderson will visit Salt Lake this weekend. He told Yahoo! Sports' Adam Gorney:
Its very important that [the Utah visit] is one of the best visits of my life, Henderson said. SC really pulled out all the tricks and showed me a good time. Its important for me to go down to Utah and see what goes on. I still consider myself committed to Utah.
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