Two Schools Inch out Front for Big-Time 2019 Safety Joshua Sanguinetti

Schools out of the Pac-12 and ACC are leading the way for big-time 2019 safety, Joshua Sanguinetti.

Equipped with a laundry list of offers, Joshua Sanguinetti says two schools, including nearby Miami (Fl), are soaking up his full attention with his sophomore year nearly all wrapped up and in the books.

Sanguinetti, a highly-regarded 2019 safety at Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School, has racked up additional offers from Ohio StateFloridaFlorida StateLSU and USC among others.

"Stanford, UM, Ohio State, FSU, Florida and LSU," Sanguinetti said when asked about leaders. "Stanford and UM are really standing out right now."

Staying put in South Florida would provide Sanguinetti's loved ones with the opportunity to snag front row seats to all of his home games inside Hard Rock Stadium.

"I love the campus," Sanguinetti said of Miami. "Plus, it's close to my house so my parents can always come see me play.

"They also have a tremendous coaching staff."

Sanguinetti, 6-foot-2, 170 pounds, views Stanford as the total package when it comes to the perfect blend of academics and athletics.

"Going there, I will be set for life if football doesn't work out," Sanguinetti said. "The DBs coach (Duane Akina) there is a great guy, and he has put a lot of DBs in the NFL.

"They have top-notch education."

Sanguinetti, who is waiting until his senior year before making a verbal commitment, dishes out a flurry of visit destinations for over the summertime.

"I don't have it finalized yet, but I plan on visiting Tennessee, Clemson, Stanford, North Carolina, Ohio State, FSU and Florida," Sanguinetti said.

Stay tuned to Scout for the latest developments in Sanguinetti's recruitment.

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