Played in 12 games and scored 11 points … Had a breakout game at Providence in the first round of the NIT … In the first 32 games of the season, Henderson played 28 minutes, was 2-of-3 from the field, scored five points and had six rebounds … At Providence (Game 33) alone, played 18 minutes, was 3-of-6 from the field, scored six points and had five rebounds … Had two rebounds and a blocked shot in eight minutes versus Montana State … Grabbed two rebounds and dished out first career assist in UTA win … Scored first carer points versus FIU, making a basket and a free throw while getting his first steal … Saw his first action in eight games at #3 Tennessee and responded well .. Scored on an offensive put-back and had two steals in four minutes of action … Only played the final minute at Auburn, but had a blocked shot … At Providence, set career highs in minutes (18), field goals made and attempted (3-of-6), points (6) and rebounds (5) … Added two dunks … Entered game the earliest of his career (15:44 in the first half) and scored at 14:16 to start an 8-0 to put Arkansas up 11.
Prior to Arkansas:
Rated the top player in Arkansas by 247Sports.com, ESPN.com and Future150.com, which also tabbed him the 30th-best power forward in the nation … A four-star recruit by Future150.com and 83rd-best player in the nation … Named to the USA TODAY All-Arkansas first team and second team All-State by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette … Averaged 13.6 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game … On the summer circuit at the Adidas Summer Championships in Las Vegas, Henderson averaged 14 points, 6.5 rebounds and shot 67.4 percent from the floor for the Arkansas Hawks … Helped Parkview win the 2018 and 2016 5A state championships (the latter alongside current Razorback Khalil Garland).
Born Feb. 14, 2000, in Little Rock… Son of Eric and Eileen Henderson … Has one brother, Eric Henderson Jr. … Majoring in recreation and sports management.