The 6-4 190-pound Yamen Sanders only played safety for Culver City High School. He posted 90 total tackles and one interception for the 10-4 Centaurs.
"Coaches like I can get to the ball quickly," Sanders said, "and that I'm a physical player."
Sanders visited Wyoming this past weekend and even though they are a non-BCS conference team, he doesn't eliminate their chances of landing him.
"I could still see myself going there," Sanders claimed. "I'm also looking at Montana and Northern Iowa. It just depends how I feel on my next two visits (to ASU and Arizona). Wherever I feel the best fit with the coaches and schemes, that is where I will go to."
The safety mentioned other factors that will guide his ultimate decision.
"I want to major in business, so I want to go to a school that has a good business school and that helps you once you graduate to find a job quickly," Sanders remarked. "I also want to look at how many safeties a team has on their roster and see if I can play early. The scheme the defense runs, the area of the school, relationship with the coaches is other stuff I'm going to look at."