If you think you can believe him, Seantrel Henderson, the highly recruited offensive lineman out of Minnesota, will be a Miami Hurricane this fall.

Now the commitment-phobic Henderson will land on South Beach about the same time as LeBron James. OK, that's just a coincidence. But can't you just see these two narcissistic athletes hanging together in Miami?

Of course, the wishy-washy Henderson didn't commit on National Signing Day as he left USC, Ohio State and Miami twisting. He finally committed to USC and finally signed in March.

Here's where I feel a bit for Henderson. It's clear the Trojans coaching staff, led by Ed Orgeron misled the youngster on the severity of the pending NCAA sanctions.

We all know how that turned out for USC.

So I'm pleased that the Trojans released Henderson and allowed him to go anywhere and be eligible immediately. He should help a Hurricanes offensive line that is pretty solid.

He also helps Randy Shannon's recruiting class that was ranked in the top 20 by most. The addition of the 6-foot-8, 300-pound left tackle improves that ranking, but not by much.

It's a huge loss for USC, but the Trojans class has remained intact. So all is well that ends well, right?

Let's not forget Henderson's father and his burgeoning rap career. Since USC and the West Coast didn't work out, it appears his dad will have to start that rap career in Opa Locka (We gonna rock ya!).