After holding it together in the immediate aftermath of NCAA-levied sanctions, it appears that the biggest fish in Lane Kiffin‘s 2010 recruiting class is slipping from his grasp.
We noted yesterday how Kiffin and three other members of the USC football program took a private jet to visit Seantrel Henderson last week after the mammoth offensive tackle did not attend freshman orientation as expected. His father has since refused to comment on his son’s status, and now so is the son.
Playing in a pro-am basketball league Tuesday night, Henderson was asked about his status with USC.
“I don’t want to talk about that,” Henderson said according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Henderson is apparently put off by the fact that, during the recruiting process, Kiffin told him that there would be no serious penalties placed on the Trojans.
If Henderson does try to transfer from USC, he would be forced to sit out a transfer year before becoming eligible to play football. Miami and Ohio State would likely be potential destinations if Henderson decides to play elsewhere.