The commitments from Wisconsin’s 2024 class continues to build up. The most recent being Tamarrein Henderson who announced his commitment on Tuesday. The 6’4” guard of West Salem High School and the Wisconsin Playmakers chose University of Mary.  

Henderson is coming off a junior season in which he averaged 10.7 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 1.6 steals per game. The guard was a big piece of his teams run to the state championship game while going 28-2 on the season.

The commitment comes as Henderson was just on a visit to the North Dakota school. “My visit was really good.” University of Mary initially offered Henderson a scholarship back in July following his live period play with the Wisconsin Playmakers. “I like the coaches and the location of the school,” are the main factors in the rising senior choosing the division two school in North Dakota. 

When talking about his game and what he can bring to University of Mary on the court, Henderson mentioned his tough defense as well as “being a good teammate on offense.”  Henderson is a highly versatile and impactful player that is bringing plenty of ability to his future team. He has been a standout on the defensive end with his athleticism, size, and defensive intensity to be able to defend multiple positions. The offensive game has continued to grow with his good ability to get to the rim and hit shots off the dribble.