Tyshon Henderson was one of the recruits that attended the Boston College junior day at the end of January and now he has another trip to the school lined up.
At 6-foot-6 and 300-pounds, Henderson is a massive offensive tackle prospect from Middletown (R.I.) St. George's. He hails from a state that isn't known for producing FBS talent but he's hoping to buck that trend and make a name for himself.
Henderson doesn't have any offers yet but he's staying upbeat. He seems to feel good about where he stands with the Eagles.
"I'm going back to Boston College on March 17," he told EagleAction.com this weekend. "That's an unofficial (visit). I went to the junior day a few weeks ago.
"I thought the junior day was great. I really liked the school, the campus and the programs they have."
Henderson had a chance to meet with new offensive line coach Jim Bollman and fellow assistant Mike Siravo.
"I've been talking to Coach Siravo for a while. We've been in contact through e-mail. Jim Bollman, I send him an e-mail with my highlights. We didn't get to talk a lot because there were so many people there."
Henderson will be visiting Bryant on April 21 and over his spring break he hopes to take a trip to Rutgers.
Delaware State and Harvard are two other schools that have been recruiting the Rhode Island recruit.
He told EagleAction.com he doesn't have any favorites.
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