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October 13, 2011Brad Henson is receiving interest from programs all across the country but he's keeping a close eye on Boston College and the Toms River (N.J.) Monsignor Donovan offensive guard in the 2013 class plans to visit this season.
Since Henson's schedule is so hectic, it could be a last-minute decision but the junior lineman who has already been offered by the Eagles definitely intends to make it to Chestnut Hill soon.
"I'm going to be up at Boston College," Henson said. "I'm not really sure when because of my football schedule so we're trying to do everything last minute.
"BC does talk to me very much. I have a good relationship with those coaches. They've been looking at me since my freshman year so I'm very close with them."
Henson's list continues to grow. So far, he has offers from Boston College, Rutgers, UCF and West Virginia and he said Penn State, Michigan, Miami, Florida, Vanderbilt and Notre Dame among others continue to show interest.
More offers could be on the way but the 6-foot-5, 275-pound recruit said he's more worried about his on-the-field performance and that recruiting will take care of itself.
"I honestly don't know about other offers," Henson said.
"I'm focused on playing football and doing my thing and if offers come along that's great. I'm not worried about it really. I'm focused on the season and doing the best I can right now."
Even though he's one of the hottest 2013 linemen on the East Coast, his recruitment could pick up greatly especially after he sends out his junior season highlight tape.
Henson, who watched the Rutgers-Navy game last weekend, said he definitely plans to send out film for even more exposure.
"It's a pretty standard thing, every college wants to see junior film, so I'm going to try to get my highlight film together as soon as possible," he said.
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