Arjei Henderson commits to Florida during Under Armour All-America Game

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Arjei Henderson, a four-star wide receiver from Texas, committed to Florida during the 2019 Under Armour All-America Game.

Henderson, a four-star prospect from Fort Bend High School in Richmond, Texas, made his choice among two Sunshine State finalists and another SEC program: Florida, Florida State and Tennessee.

While in-state powers Texas and Texas A&M both extended offers, Henderson focused instead on the best in Florida, as well as Rocky Top.

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In the end, it was Florida that swayed Henderson’s decision, which came on national television like stars such as Landon Collins had done before.

Henderson is a physical standout at 6-foot-1 and 183 pounds and excelled at The Opening. Now he’ll get a chance to star in Gainesville at the next level after previously breaking commitments to Oregon and Oklahoma.

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