And it may not be over: According to his father, Sean, Henderson is not signing his letter of intent until U.S.C. appears before an N.C.A.A. infractions committee later this month. Though any possible sanctions may not come at that time, Sean Henderson said the family would get a sense of where the investigation was heading.New York Times: Nation’s Top Recruit Commits to U.S.C., Then Thinks Again It seems that the recruitment of the nation's top prospect is not over just yet. Henderson took never-before-head-of move of committing on National Signing Day but not signing. If things go for USC before the infractions committee like most people expect, don't be the least bit surprised to see this guy end up at Ohio State. And, interestingly enough, it might be all for not... last I read he still needed to raise his ACT score a couple of points just to qualify.