He was a highly touted high school prospect coming out of high school, but he’s had his share of missteps in his college career, which is why he slipped all the way to the seventh round of the NFL draft Saturday. OT Seantrel Henderson went 237th overall to the Bills and GM Doug Whaley explained the thinking behind the selection.
Appearing on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Whaley outlined why they felt with their last pick in the 2014 draft that Henderson was worth a flyer.
“It boils down to talking to the person and finding out where he is mentally,” said Whaley. “With Seantrel we talked to him at the combine and before we drafted him and he understands that this is his last shot. So we thought the value of taking him in the seventh round with the talent he has was a good pick for us. Knowing he’s all in and he knows there won’t be any tolerating any kind of misconduct or misstep we were comfortable with it.”
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