"The recruiting process has been getting a lot tougher. I'm a two-sport (basketball) athlete and my first scholarship offers were from a few mid-major schools. I'm definitely a football first guy but I've had a few schools tell me that I could play both sports in college.
"I don't have any plans on committing soon. I'd like to take my official visits and see which school fits me the best. Hopefully I can start setting up my official visits during the season and we'll go from there."
Former Vikings coach Tom Bailey, who coached last year in the MSL Sports All-American game that was held at the Disney Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., had this to say about Sanni.
"Supo (Sanni) is a Top 15 guy in the state with basketball and a Top 5 guy in football." Coach Bailey said.
"There aren't too many kids in Illinois that have the athletic ability that Sani possesses. I know Supo wants to play both basketball and football in college. That's important to him. He started at free safety and wide receiver as a junior. I know this is going to raise some eyebrows but there were times last year that Sanni reminded me of Ted Ginn Jr."
Sanni will have to show his versatility in 2007.
"I've been moved to quarterback this year," Sanni said. "I don't know if I'll be playing both ways but I'm hoping to be and will most likely be a safety as well. I'm excited for the opportunity. We have a pretty good team and I feel we can make a run at some things this year."
As a junior, Sanni had 52 tackles and 2 interceptions. On the offensive side of the ball, Suppo racked up 416 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.