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Posted at 10:51 AM ET, 12/15/2010

Woodson's Henderson finds his place at Norfolk State

By Alan Goldenbach

With a scholarship offer from Delaware State in hand, H.D. Woodson senior Ramsey Henderson was wondering if another would come. Then, he was wondering if he would have any at all after the Hornets fired coach Al Lavan earlier this month.

The relief came Tuesday, when the 6-foot-6, 295-pound offensive tackle got an offer from Norfolk State. He didn't waste any time and gave his commitment to the Spartans immediately.

"He was worried when [Delaware State] fired the coach," Woodson assistant coach Larry Williams said, "but he was able to get this offer and this is where he wanted to be. He's all set."

Henderson is set on other levels, too. With an interest in sports video production, and a strong academic background, he received the ESPN Monday Night Football Chalk Talk Rise Above Student-Athlete Award earlier this year and was on hand for the preparation and airing of ESPN's broadcast of the Washington Redskins' Oct. 15 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

By Alan Goldenbach  | December 15, 2010; 10:51 AM ET
Categories:  DCIAA, Football, H.D. Woodson  
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