The decision to go play for NC State is not that surprising since Henderson is having a homecoming of sorts, as he is from Raleigh, North Carolina.
Terry Henderson is a 6’4″ guard. As a sophomore last season Henderson was third on the Mountaineers in scoring, averaging 11.2 points per game. He also happens to be the second former WVU scorer to find a new home in less than a month, as you might remember Eron Harris jumping ship to play at Michigan State.
Per the almighty, great and often confusing NCAA transfer rules, Henderson will have to sit out the upcoming college basketball season. However, when he does return for the 2015-16 season he will have two full years of eligibility left.
His list of schools was down to seven, but Terry Henderson chose North Carolina State over Cincinnati, Maryland, Richmond, Rutgers, UCLA and Wake Forest. He did plan on visiting more schools, but opted to commit to NC State before he finished up his tour of possible destinations.
Henderson will, obviously, add some depth and scoring to the Wolfpack.