According to Charley Walters of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Seantrel Henderson, USC's Five Star offensive tackle commitment and highlight of its 2010 recruiting class, was in Miami on Saturday to celebrate the 4th of July holiday weekend.
Henderson, who waited until after national signing day to sign his letter of intent due to impending NCAA sanctions, has been the hot topic of recruiting news for the last several weeks as speculation over his future with the Trojans continues to churn out.
It is widely believed that Henderson will bypass the opportunity to play for USC and instead join another program, even if that means sitting out a year before being eligible to play.
The further this process goes along the less likely it appears Henderson will ever don a Trojans jersey. He has yet to report to the school and has refused to comment on the situation.
The latest news of his visit to Miami is accompanied by rumors that Henderson is leaning toward a commitment to the Hurricanes. They were believed to be his second choice after USC when he originally committed.
The burden of proof regarding his eventual escape from USC is starting to mount tall.
Here's all the latest news on the Henderson front as well as the spin for the rest of USC's 2010 recruiting class.