"Yeah, we've seen that kid numerous times. And he's looked like a different player on different occasions. For instance, he's looked very passive -- almost out of it -- on several occasions. And then he's sprinted the floor, dunked hard, hit the boards, blocked shots and put up some good totals in other games. He's kind of a tough read to be honest. He's looked solid, like a big time kid with upside sometimes and then other times -- he just hasn't played very hard. But the kid is definitely springy and athletic. He's got a nice ceiling as a basketball player." -- Anonymous SEC assistant coach.
"A kid with good grades. It's kind of like -- he COULD be a good player, but he's not there just yet. If a program like North Carolina takes a gamble on a kid like Sanders, they could end up looking like a genius if he develops. He's definitely got the potential. He's athletic and he's got a good body. He could eventually turn out to be an absolute steal, like I said, IF he develops." -- Clark Francis, Hoop Scoop
"When I saw him, I liked him. He's a good player. Physically, he's a good looking specimen. In terms of what Carolina is looking to do with their scholarships in the spring, he fits. I know Mississippi would have offered had they had room." -- Dave Telep, TheInsidersHoops
"He's definitely a borderline top 100 player. I liked him a lot at the NBPA camp last June. I remember him being pretty athletic for a 6-9 kid. Plus, he was active at both ends. His performance there really stood out for me. He's a high division I player, and probably one of the best frontcourt college prospects still available. He's got tools to work with, for sure." -- Rob Matera, All Star Report