Most Gopher Football fans know the name Seantrel Henderson pretty well. The Minnesota native who played football for Cretin-Derham Hall was recruited by virtually everyone in the country. He was ranked as high as #1 by recruiting sites and at least in the top ten overall for recruits by other sites in the country. The hometown team made a big bid to get him, but to no avail, Seantrel Henderson committed to USC. Speculation surfaced after USC's sanctions handed to them by the NCAA that Seantrel Henderson was possibly withdrawing his commitment to USC and looking elsewhere. That became official yesterday when coach Lane Kiffin released Seantrel Henderson and he is able to go anywhere now without having to sit a year. The two choices that seem to be the front-runners now are Ohio State and Miami. Minnesota was in his list of top 6 before so anything is possible and Gophers fans can only hope.