CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Seantrel Henderson thinks he's finally arrived at Miami.
His training camp was largely nonexistent. He left the team twice in August to return to his native Minnesota for funerals. He barely practiced, and when he was in Coral Gables, he spent time recovering from a car accident that left him feeling "lucky to be alive."
Miami coach Al Golden says the Hurricanes are starting to see what the 6-foot-8, 340-pound offensive lineman can finally be.
Henderson didn't travel with Miami for its opening trip to Boston College, then played 22 snaps against Kansas State. But last week, Henderson logged 51 plays, even some at left tackle despite not having practiced lately at the position.
And the Hurricanes hope he can make more impact this week when they visit Georgia Tech.