Four-Star standout LB Excited for Spring football

Plano (Texas) Plano West Senior is home to one of the top inside linebackers in America. Mohamed Sanogo checks in at 6-foot-2, 230-pounds. The four-star inside linebacker is excited about Spring football.

Indiana, Michigan, Ohio State, Stanford, TCU, Texas and Baylor are all teams showing Mohamed Sanogo interest.  He has early offers from Indiana and Rice.  Sango has attended camps with Michigan, Ohio State, TCU and Texas.

“I'm very excited about spring football season because that means schools are going to start coming by again,” Mohamed Sanogo said.  “This excites me because we have a lot of schools coming through to check me out, as well as me going to check them out and see their schemes. I know that I'm going to Rice and SMU spring practices for sure but other than those I don't know yet. I am most looking forward to the commitment, I've had the opportunity to be around a lot of D1 athletes, my brother being one of them. They told me that when you commit and are in love with the school you're going to spend the next four years at, there's no better feeling.”

What kind of expectations does Sanogo have for 2016?

“Honestly this season I want to ball out and have fun, play at my best and impress people while having fun doing it,” Sanogo said.  “The only coach I am in contact with is Coach BJ, and I like our relationship because he's very straight up. he talks to me about what I'm doing that he likes and what I need to improve on.”

Keep an eye on Mohamed Sanogo as his offer list should explode.

Inside the Numbers:

Class 2017

Scout Overall Rank No 286

Position Rank No 11

Midland ILB Rank No 2

Texas ILB Rank No 2 Take:

A true middle linebacker prospect is rare in today's game and Sanogo is just that. He is a tremendous downhill player who is always tough against the run. He uses his hands extremely well and is able to get off of blocks and keep his radar locked onto the ball carrier. He shows good instincts and reads and diagnoses the play very quickly and should be considered as a smart defender. He is big and strong. A sure tackler. He also covers well as he is used to taking on high profile offenses in college. - Greg Powers 


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