Following his less than stellar performances at the Senior Bowl and NFL Combine, Miami OT Seantrel Henderson had a chance to redeem himself at his Pro Day Thursday. Unfortunately it sounds like it didn’t go as well as Henderson had hoped, and the athletic 6-foot-7, 331 pound former top rated high school recruit quit halfway through his scheduled workouts.
Miami OT Seantrel Henderson didn't help himself today – "quit" his Pro Day workout halfway through it. No explanation yet. Disappointing.
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) April 3, 2014
Henderson’s agent, David Levine, disputed Mort’s assessment of the situation, saying his client ended his Pro Day early because he was dehydrated and felt sick.
Seantrel'sagent,David Levine,said Seantrel did not quit Pro Day but did not partake in final 2drills because hewas"dehydrated and feltsick."
— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) April 3, 2014
Either way, an underwhelming performance in his final chance to impress NFL teams—coupled with his mediocre play and three suspensions while at Miami—could leave Seantrel Henderson on the outside looking in at next month’s NFL draft.