Ace With Huge Night

One of the most talked about recruits from the class of 2010 has been the emergence of Bradenton (FL) Manatee superstar Ace Sanders. At 5-9 and 170-pounds with 4.43 speed Sanders has been extremely impressive attending camps in both Athens and Gainesville respectively.

Ace Sanders is sitting with offers from South Florida, Purdue, South Carolina, West Virginia, Indiana, Syracuse, Iowa and Iowa State. Many more are on the way after his performance Friday night with seven catches for 193 yards and three touchdowns.

More than a few teams will be in a mad dash to view his highlights from Friday night's game. A few teams feel that Sanders could be close to pulling the trigger with an offer are Georgia, Florida State and Florida. Sanders spoke about the recruiting process, camps and where he could see himself playing at the next level.

South Florida Bull Night:

"I loved this camp a lot. The coaches showed me they really liked me and it was well organized. There was lots of good talent and prospects at the camp. It was a really nice atmosphere."

Georgia Bulldogs Dawg Night:

"This was one of the nicest camps I have ever attended. Georgia has one of the best campuses if not the best I have seen. They showed us around the entire time and nothing ceased to amaze me. The camp had lots of top players from all around the country and they showed me that the liked me a lot as well."

Florida's Friday Night Lights:

"This camp had a lot of intensity to it. It was a very loud and up tempo camp that I really enjoyed. The coaches showed me love and showed me they liked me. It was a great camp and I really enjoyed it."

For Sanders and his family the recruiting process has become a very difficult process.

"I could really see myself at any of those schools I just mentioned. Georgia is a great school and so if South Florida, Florida, South Carolina, Purdue and West Virginia. They all have great coaches and they all care about you. I could play in any of their offenses so as of right now I am still open to everyone."

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