One of the top prospects from the Magnolia State is getting a lot of attention lately.
Noxubee County High School in Macon MS always produces great talent; this year doesn't appear to be an exception.
"One of my top offers is from Tennessee," Sanders told InsideTennessee.com recently. "I call Coach Wilson quite a bit, I enjoy talking to him."
Sanders, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide out who has 4.5 forty speed, is becoming a popular commodity to college recruiters.
"A lot of coaches have come by the school the last few weeks," Sanders admitted. "It's great getting all this interest."
According to Sanders, Tennessee is recruiting him as hard as anyone at this point.
"I'm looking into their program," Sanders said. "I know they are rebuilding, that they have a new coaching staff."
Sanders want to make a trip to Knoxville, possibly as soon as next week.
"I may make it to one of their one day camps around the first of June," Sanders said. "My plans right now are to attend their skill camp."
One thing that Sanders understands about the new Vol football program is that they plan on throwing the football.
"I understand that Coach (Lane) Kiffin loves to throw the ball," Sanders said. "They are looking for big time difference makers; I feel I bring that to the table."
Does Sanders have an early favorite?
"Not right now," Sanders explained. "Right now everyone is equal; I'm going to give everyone an equal opportunity to recruit me."