season can be summed up by one play, when the Lake Braddock (Burke, Va.)
sensation executed one of the prettiest passes of the year.
In a game against Yorktown, Henderson eluded would-be tacklers and delivered a bullet pass for a 60-yard touchdown.
That was just one tremendous play among many, as there was almost no stopping Henderson in 2013. He threw for 2,159 yards and 20 touchdowns while rushing for 954 yards and 18 scores.
He earned All-Met Offensive Player of the Year honors by the Washington Post
.According to 247Sports
, Henderson ranks as the nation's eighth-best pro-style quarterback in the class of 2014.