Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators have pulled off the upset and landed an Under Armour All-American. Four-star wide receiver Arjei Henderson has verbally committed to the University of Florida. This is a huge commitment for the Florida Gators as he’s the highest ranked commit in the Florida Gators 2019 recruiting class. With Henderson’s commitment, Florida now has the 15th ranked recruiting class in the country. The Texas wide receiver is the 22nd commit to the Florida Gators 2019 recruiting class. Henderson is the third Under Armour All-American commit in Florida’s class with Keon Zipperer and Deyavie Hammond. He’s also the third wide receiver commit in the class with Dionte Marks and Ja’markis Weston.
Who is Arjei Henderson?
Arjei Henderson is a four-star wide receiver out of Fort Bend Travis High School in Richmond, Texas. The newest Florida commit is one of the top wide receivers in the 2019 recruiting cycle. During his recruitment, Henderson has received 45 scholarships. Henderson has offers from schools like Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Oklahoma. The Lone Star State wide out is also one of the highest ranked recruiting in the country. On Rivas, Henderson is the 88th ranked recruit in the country and 14th ranked wide receiver in the country. On ESPN, Henderson is the 92nd ranked recruit and the 12th ranked wide receiver in the country. Florida wide receiver coach Billy Gonzales is the primary recruiter for Arjei Henderson.
Arjei Henderson is a 6’2” 190 pound wide receiver. In his high school career, Henderson has 219 receptions for 3,143 yards and 38 touchdowns. The Texas wide receiver has the size, strength and speed to play the X or Z. He’s an excellent route runner and gets in and out of his breaks very smoothly. He has very good hands and is a nice mismatch in the red zone. This is a great pick up for Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators.