19 MI CB/WR Ke’Sean Sandifer discusses visits to MSU
Although 5-foot-6 145-pound Mona Shores High School sophomore CB/WR Ke’Sean Sandifer grew up as a fan of the Michigan State men’s basketball team, he has started to enjoy football more ever since he started high school.
“I’m starting to fall in love with football,” Sandifer told Spartan Nation.
The Muskegon native has drawn interest from Michigan State University along with Western Michigan University. Sandifer projects as a potential punt/kick returner and slot wide receiver at the next level. Only a sophomore, he has the skills to play DB should he continue to grow.
Sandifer has visited East Lansing twice so far. Once for a 7-on-7 camp with his varsity football team and the other for the Spartans 54-40 loss against Northwestern. Sandifer said he enjoyed both of his visits so far and plans to visit again this summer for another 7-on-7 camp.
“I just like the atmosphere and how they play the game,” Sandifer told Spartan Nation. “I just had a great time being there.”
Do not let Sandifer’s size deceive you. He might be “vertically challenged,” as he put it, but he is known for his hard work and toughness by his coaches. He uses it at motivation to push himself to work as hard as he can.
“I think my toughness comes from my love for being in the weight room,” Sandifer told Spartan Nation. “Coaches like the effort when I try to out-work others.”
Sandifer is young and early in the recruiting process and said he plans to add more muscle to his frame. He is unsure if he will attend any additional camps at Michigan State this summer. Spartan Nation will keep you updated on this 2019 ATH prospect.