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Memphis,Tenn-Justin Henderson is inarguably a superior athlete, devastating blocker, and a physically unique “Game Changer.”  Not only does Justin Henderson have the physical attributes to make him an asset to any team, he is also quick and agile. He has been referred to as “The Freak” because of his 4.57 speed as a Tight End.  Trainers, coaches, commentators, and others have stated that Justin Henderson has incomparable versatility and outstanding athletic ability. Justin Henderson is an outstanding route runner that blocks with ease and plays with a high level of intensity. He can block, catch, and run with exceptional speed. He also demonstrates an unmatched work ethic, great character, excellent talent, and a passion for the game and for life. Bethune-Cookman Football promotes Justin as their university’s example of “Continuing the Legacy of Champions.” (See picture top left is Justin Henderson the featured athlete). Also, Can Play Linebacker and special teams.

  •   Height: 6’4”
  •  Weight: 250 lbs.
  • Wing Span: 77 in.
  • 40 Yard Dash:  4.58 seconds








o    College Football Performance Award (CFPA) FCS Awards Watch List
•    2013:
o    College Football Performance Award (CFPA) FCS Awards Watch List
o    Preseason (MEAC) Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference All Conference Team
o    MEAC Championship Title (with Bethune-Cookman University)
•    2014:
o    MEAC Championship Title (with Bethune-Cookman University)
o    College Football Performance Awar (CFPA) FCS Awards Watch List

BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY (2013-2014)- Coach Brian Jenkins
2013-2014: Bethune- Cookman University (Coach Brain Jenkins)
•    In 2013, played 11 of 13 games of the season.
•    In 2014, played 12 of 12 games of the season.
•    Entered Bethune-Cookman in the Spring 2013 as a transfer from the University of Memphis.
•    Effective player in Bethune-Cookman Spring Showcase in April 2013.

UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS (2010-2012)- Coach Larry Porter from 2010-2012 and Coach Justin Fuente in 2012
•    In 2010, one of eleven true freshmen to see action.
•    Played 23 games, and starting in 6 games.
•    10 receptions for 108 yards and 2 TD.
•    Caught 8 passes for 100 yards and 2 TD.
•    Registered 1 solo tackle.
•    Memphis vs. Tulane:
o    2 receptions for 40 yards and a score.
o    Career-long catch of 38 yards that started Memphis’s second scoring drive
•    Memphis vs. University of Central Florida
o    One catch for 13 yards
•    Memphis vs. University of Alabama at Birmingham
o    Caught a career-best three passes for 25 yards and one TD
•    Memphis vs. Marshall
o    TD reception from 11 yards
o    One reception for 20 yards
•    Memphis vs. Southern Mississippi
o    One catch for 2 yards in season finale

***Spring of 2016 I did couple CFL tryouts at LB An Rush end..An got Positive feedback from both.

Some of his plays can be seen on youtube at the following link from his college career at the University of Memphis and Bethune-Cookman University.

Some of his plays can be seen on yo tube searching for Justin Henderson #48 a Pt 2 from his high school SR year wearing #9 from North Little Rock High School.

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