But there is also a lot of attention on his recruitment, and he broke the news he set three official visits.
He added he was asked to make a last-second official trip to Rutgers this weekend when Scarlet Knights cornerbacks coach Chris Hewitt was at the school, but the time crunch is making it difficult.
"They asked me Monday or Tuesday to come up Saturday after my game,'' Sanders said. "I probably won't be able to make it. I probably won't be going.''
The 5-foot-9, 165-pound Sanders, who is clocked at 4.43 in the 40-yard dash, was offered by Rutgers last month. He said he wants to make an official visit to Rutgers, but it may force him to re-arrange his schedule.
"I may try to change things up,'' Sanders said. "I'm also looking at doing a (mid-week) visit somewhere. I was trying to move some things around so I could visit Rutgers. I was looking at some of that. I want to do it.''
Sanders added he has friends that have been to Rutgers, and that is making him more eager to work in a visit.
"I want to go up and see what it's like,'' Sanders said. "I heard it was nice up there, but I haven't been able to get there.''
But tonight Sanders' focus is on reaching next weekend's championship, which is a tall task. A crowd of 10,000 is expected to watch Manatee (12-1) try to end St. Thomas Aquinas' (13-0) 37-game winning streak.
"We've got a good chance,'' Sanders said. "They're a very good team and they don't make a lot of mistakes. If it's athlete vs. athlete, we probably out-number them, but they don't make a lot of mistakes. They are very disciplined.''