"It went pretty good," Sanders said. "I'm really looking at it pretty hard right now. They are recruiting me as an athlete so right now things are looking pretty good.
"I have been doing that in high school so I feel like I could contribute to Auburn playing anything they want me to do," he added. "I can do it."
Saying that he believes offers from both Auburn and Georgia could be on the horizon and planning to visit the Bulldogs next week, Sanders added that he's going to be looking for some specific things when he makes his decision on or around signing day.
"Right now there is a lot going on," Sanders said. "I'm going to focus on viewing the schools and learning more about academics and the facilities and more about the coaches and relationships. I want to make sure everything is like a family because that's what I want to be surrounded by."
Hosted on his visit by Auburn freshman wide receiver Tony Stevens and another player he's very familiar with, Sanders said that he enjoyed getting to learn more about Stevens and some of the other players on the team while also seeing more of the campus.
"He's a pretty good dude," Sanders said of Stevens. "He showed me around and told me everything good about Auburn. I also have a former player who played at Tucker High, Justin Garrett, who showed me around too. That was pretty nice."
With less than two weeks left until he makes a final decision, Sanders said things are only getting tougher for him right now and he's got plenty of thinking to do between now and Feb. 5.
"It's kind of difficult, but at the same time I have to put my mind to it," Sanders said. "I have to make sure I pick the right school and the one that is best for me."