Former University of Miami offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson appears to be in trouble again.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Henderson, once projected to be a top NFL prospect, tested positive at the combine for smoking marijuana.
Henderson was suspended three times during his career at Miami for violating team rules, and he later told the South Florida Sun Sentinel that those were for smoking marijuana.
“I felt like I had a lot of maturing to do and I feel like I have,” he said, via the Florida Times Union, in January at the Senior Bowl. “Now I'm ready to move onto the next level. ... I've been taking interviews since I've been here and I've let them know exactly what happened and that the past is the past. Eighteen years old, ranked super high, expectations from everybody to play the best you can. Some people think you're supposed to be mistake-free, but you're still a kid.”
The onetime first-round prospect could tumble all the way out of the draft at this point.