"My biggest strengths are probably my pass pro skills and my quickness," Sanders acknowledged as he broke down why the offense has made him a stronger player. "I have pretty quick feet and I just want to do whatever it takes to protect my quarterback."
Two major programs have already taken notice of his talents by stepping up with early scholarship offers.
"Miami offered me during the season, and Georgia offered me while I was down there on an unofficial visit. I was down there and the head coach (Mark Richt) and the offensive line coach (Neil Callaway) offered me. I had a good time and it was a really nice atmosphere."
Sanders also had the opportunity to go to Columbus last weekend to watch a session of the Buckeye's bowl game practice. Ohio State is another school that has grabbed his early attention.
"It was a great experience," Sanders said of the time he spent on campus. "It felt great. There was a great vibe. They were serious, but they were also having fun being together."
"They had the practice at the indoor facility. All of the facilities were really nice."
"I am definitely going to be going to Southern Cal for their summer camp," Sanders informed. "My aunt lives in L.A. and she said that I could stay with her while I am there."
Sanders reports that he will also participate in the Army All-American combine in San Antonio this January.
Sanders earned All-Conference and All-Ohio honors after a productive junior season on the field.