Published September 24, 2013
| Sports Network
Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson will practice with the Rebels this week, less than three months after he was suspended indefinitely, according to a report.
Henderson was suspended July 10 -- reportedly for failing multiple drug tests -- but will open practice with the Rebels on Friday, CBSSports.com reported Tuesday, citing a conversation with Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy.
Volatile but talented, Henderson led the SEC in scoring in his first season with Ole Miss, averaging 20.1 points per game.
Known as much for his scoring as his antics, Henderson often baited opposing players and student sections and frequently made headlines for his post-game comments.
Behind him, the Rebels won the SEC Tournament -- Marshall was the MVP -- and made it to the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.