That is kind of scary when you think about it.
Godwin, a five-star athlete in the 2015 class is dynamic and he played all over the field for Callaway High School and the next man up is Sanders.
Like Godwin, Sanders is a star in multiple sports with basketball actually being his first love. Football is likely his ticket to the next level though and if things go the way the home-state Georgia Bulldogs want them to, they will have Godwin and Sanders making plays for them between the hedges one day.
"My first offer being from Georgia got me real excited," said Sanders. "They offered me back in February and Coach Mark Richt offered me when we talked over the phone. He told me how he personally likes my game, how he really wants to get me to Athens, and just how I am the type of player they want there."
Richt wants Sanders in Athens as much as possible over the next 19-20 months and the 5-foot-11.5, 169 pound sophomore was there for the Tennessee game last season and a practice just last week.
A lot stands out to the early four-star prospect on the UGA campus.
"At practice, I loved it. I really liked how they did things and I really focused on the wide receivers. I watched them do drills, how they worked as a team, and I really liked it there.
"The atmosphere at Georgia is always good and I liked it at practice and at the game I was at. The coaches are very welcoming and so many of them talk to me and they all just want me to visit more often. They want me to bring my family next time, so I will try to do that.
"I know I will be back, but I do not know when yet. It will probably be this summer."
By the time Sanders visits, his close friend Terry Godwin may already be a student-athlete at UGA. The two are already talking about playing together in Athens.
"We said we could call ourselves the 'dynamic duo' if I go to Georgia," said Sanders. "Terry and I are really close to each other, so it would be great to play with him again.
"He is already working on me and telling me to go to Georgia with him, so we will see. I know Georgia wants me to play wide receiver too, so it would be cool to be out there together. I know I will look at Georgia hard."
Georgia is the school others are chasing right now. No other offers yet for Sanders, but they will come this spring. Georgia being first, already having Sanders on campus a couple of times, and Godwin signing with them has the home-state school in a good spot.
"I really like Georgia a lot right now. I feel I can make big plays there and it is a school I am high on."