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Glenbard North defensive back planning and considering visits

With trips to Michigan State, Missouri, Notre Dame, Iowa, Illinois, Central Michigan and Purdue last fall, Tyrik Henderson has more unofficial visits in mind.

The Glenbard North (Carol Stream, IL) cornerback plans to see the Spartans and Iowa State in late February along with Wisconsin in mid-March.

During this past season, the 2018 prospect witnessed Michigan State lose 30-6 to the Badgers, the Tigers outlast Middle Tennessee State 51-45, the Fighting Irish defeat Miami (FL) 30-27, the Hawkeyes post a 40-10 win over Nebraska, and Purdue fall to Cincinnati 38-20.

“The culture and the fan base of each school and getting to meet and talk to some of the coaches and recruits was the highlight,” Henderson said.

Currently, the defensive back holds scholarship offers from the Chippewas, Indiana, Iowa, the Cyclones, Missouri, NIU, the Boilermakers, South Dakota State and Toldeo.

When asked if he would also consider return trips to Columbia, South Bend and Iowa City Henderson responded, “Most definitely”.

His most recent offers came from Iowa State and the Huskies during the first week of December.

“My off-season schedule is full of tournaments and getting bigger, faster and stronger,” Henderson said. “That is the main focus right now.”

 

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