Dibo missed three weeks late in the preseason after knee surgery to repair a meniscus tear, but he never missed a game and has played at least 21 minutes in each of the past four games. He's made 8 of 11 3-point shots in the past two.
Henderson's right shin injury kept him out of the season opener against Mount St. Mary's and slowed him in others, but he also played just 10 minutes against Wisconsin even though he was weeks removed from the initial injury.
"He's just so out of rhythm," Huggins said. "He's probably trying too hard. Terry's a great kid, but he's probably trying too hard to get it back. There's nothing like reps. You've got to be comfortable. You've got to feel like you're in the flow. He's been out of the flow."
Henderson scored two and nine points in his first two games and then 16 against Georgia Southern. He scored eight against Presbyterian and 14 against Old Dominion before going scoreless and getting benched against the Badgers.
In WVU's two losses, he's totaled two points and 19 minutes and shot 0-for-5 from the floor and 0-for-4 from 3-point range.
"It hurts not having him out there," Huggins said. "He gives us that other guy, a guy everyone has to guard because he makes shots. He may be our best offensive rebounder. He just gives us another dimension that really we haven't had."
Henderson responded nicely against Loyola with 16 points off the bench. He said his shin was healthy for both games, but his mind was right Monday.
"It's being more aggressive and playing with more confidence, I would say," he said. "I felt the same health-wise in both games, but right now, I feel like I'm peaking."
Henderson was a starter at the outset of his freshman season last year but was eventually sidelined by back problems. He still finished second in the Big 12 in 3-point shooting in conference games and finished averaging 8 points and shooting 40 percent from 3-point range. He's averaging a point more per game this season, but he was struggling with his 3-pointshot before Monday.
Henderson had made 2 of 10 before going 2-for-2 against the Greyhounds. He's 8-for-21 this season.
"If people didn't see Terry last year, people haven't seen the real Terry yet. He's coming along," fellow sophomore Eron Harris said. "He adds another attacking threat, another shooting threat, another guy who gets fouled and knocks down free throws, another veteran, another mind out there who knows the game."