The Saints made a splash in College Station last month playing in the small-school bracket. After losing two games in pool play, Sawyer led his team to the championship game of the consolation bracket and although they lost to Princeton, plenty of spectators got a glimpse of what's to come this fall.
Sawyer and his teammates are currently going through two-a-day practices but last week he had a chance to drive just up the road to TCU to catch a Horned Frogs practice.
The 2014 quarterback liked what he saw.
"It was very well run," he said. "I liked the rotation and drills they did, the quarterbacks are looking good."
For the 6-foot-5, 215-pounder, TCU is a team Sawyer has a high interest in and the Frogs have been courting him since prior to his sophomore season. He had a chance to sit down with Jarrett Anderson prior to the practice to discuss where he stands.
"We had a thirty-minute meeting with him before practice," he said. "It was a good talk about football and who I play and other stuff."
An offer wasn't extended to the gunslinger while on the visit but rest assured he's a player that remains high on their radar. Like a true leader, Sawyer isn't worried about not receiving an offer at the moment; he's more focused on helping his ream win a state championship.
"I'm not worried about it," Sawyer said. "I just want to get a ring right now."
With a roster of around seven D-1 players, they have a very good chance at achieving that.