Imagine being a parent of two
division one football players in the state of
"Now that I've committed to
Alex will join his brother Zac in
"He didn't really know that it was coming this soon but he was really happy. He told me that it's going to be a fun time. Coach McCarney thinks that it will be cool to see the Sandvig brothers to be on a national stage instead of a state stage," Alex Sandvig said.
Not only will the brothers be playing together, they might even bunk up like the good ole days as well.
"I won't be able to the first year but I'm guessing once I can live off campus we'll probably stay together," Sandvig said.
It didn't take long for Alex, a
6'2, 175 pound WR out of Valley HS in
"It's a great feeling just to get
it over with. I'm really happy about my decision. It wasn't really too hard of a
decision because I didn't have any other offers on the board but I'm fine with
that," Sandvig said. "I really like what
Sandvig also talked about how
excited he is to work with
"A lot of the success is from the coach. Coach Grant is an awesome coach and he's really coached those guys a lot. I know that he has a lot of talent to work with but he's made a lot of those guys go to the top of the nation," Sandvig said. "I don't have a problem being coached by him and there will be a lot of good receivers who will show me the way. Once it's my turn, hopefully I can do the same thing."
So now that he's committed, what will Sandvig do the rest of the summer? He won't be taking in anymore camps, that is for sure.
"I'm calling it quits. I think that I've proved myself at the first two camps that I went to and I feel happy about it. I'm 100% Cyclone now."