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24-7: You had a great
season. What were your stats?
Saunders: I had 51 receptions for 823 yards and 7 touchdowns and 2 interceptions on defense.
24-7: What was the most integral part of achieving this success?
Saunders: A combination of speed and conditioning training, my parents, my teammates, my coaches, and motivation.
24-7: What type of training did you do this summer?
Saunders: I participated in a speed and conditioning training program as well as working out at
24-7: What are your goals as far as playing football in college?
Saunders: To play Division I and be a contributing player to the team's success.
24-7: Who is currently recruiting you? Any offers yet?
Saunders: UTEP, South Dakota State, NAU, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Oregon State, Utah, Colorado School of the Mines, and New Mexico. No offers at this time.
24-7: What would you consider to be the best part of your game?
Saunders: I have the ability to make difficult catches.
24-7: What is your bench, squat and 40 yard?
Saunders: Bench: 215, Squat: 335, and 40 yard: 4.5/4.6
24-7: Who is the best player you have faced this season?
Saunders: Mekell Wesley (WR Hamilton).
24-7: Name a junior on your team that recruiters should watch for.
Saunders: Kevin Gallas (DB), Danny Batten (DB) and Erik Archuleta (QB).
24-7: What is your greatest football memory?
Saunders: My first varsity touchdown against
24-7: What motivates you?
Saunders: My desire to go to college and play to the best of my God-given ability.
24-7: Do you have any pre-game rituals?
Saunders: Going to Wendy's and getting 2 quarter pound double stacks and fries.
If any recruiters want to contact Saunders, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.