Hendricks Setting Officials

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Dwayne Hendricks has set three official visits thus far. While he could not remember the dates, he did inform us which schools he will make official visits to.

“I’ve set three visits – Michigan, Iowa, and Miami (FL),” said Hendricks. “I can’t remember the dates right now though. I think they are sometime in late November or early December. There are about six schools I’m still considering for the other two. Florida, Ohio State, Notre Dame, UCLA, and Florida State if they show more interest.”

Virginia is still in the running, though it appears unlikely Hendricks will make an official trip to Charlottesville. Having already visited the campus, he wants to use his official trips on a school he has not seen yet.

Virginia Tech has not contacted Millville’s defensive star recently, and they are not being considered.

“I’m not really considering Virginia Tech anymore,” said Hendricks, who has received official offers from both VT and UVA. “I haven’t had much contact from them. I’m going to make an unofficial visit to Virginia I think, so that should show they are still in the running. I’m going down for the Virginia Tech game I think. I’m not going to use an official visit on Virginia since I’ve already been down there before. I want to use the officials mostly for schools I haven’t seen yet.”

Hendricks made an unofficial visit to Miami (FL) for the Florida versus Miami contest. He came away impressed by the Hurricanes comeback victory.

“It was great,” said Hendricks. “I like being in a big time atmosphere. It was my first time really seeing that, and it was a fun experience.”

Hendricks will take all of his official visits and decide after those are completed.

“I’m going to take all of my visits,” said Hendricks. “It will come down to how comfortable I am with the program, and how I fit in with my teammates. All of the schools I’m looking at have good academics, so that’s not a concern.”


On the Gridiron

Hendricks is still looking for his first sack of the 2003 season. One of the most talented defensive ends in the country, he is facing constant double and triple teams this year.

“I’ve come close to getting my first