Senghor lights it up for Feather River

He's one of the most explosive wideouts in northern California, but Feather River WR Emile Senghor (6-1, 175) isn't one to brag. All he does is go out and get the job done and this season he's been ripping through NCFA defenses while helping the Golden Eagle offense to post 336 yards per game. JCFootball.com caught up with the talented receiver recently and he updated us on things...

Senghor prepped in Miami, Florida at Archbishop Curley High School and after being unable to qualify for a D-1 scholarship he heard that the California JUCO ranks were the way to earn four-year interest.

"I always heard things were big time out there," Senghor told JCFootball.com. "I heard that if you wanted to play against the best you needed to come out here and I've been real happy here."

Last year as a freshman, Senghor missed all but three games with a hamstring injury, but this year he's back to full health and has made opposing defenses pay with 18 receptions for 375 yards and four touchdowns.

"I can play wherever they want to line me up," Senghor said. "I can play slot, outside, go across the middle or run deep with my speed (4.4). I feel like I can do whatever a team needs me to do to help them win."

One school who thinks he could help them is Middle Tennessee who recently called inquiring about his services.

"I guess they called my coaches asking about me," Senghor said. "I haven't really talked to anyone or anything, but I guess they wanted film on me.

"I know they run a spread offense and are high-powered. It's closer to home, so that is big. I'd like to see where things go with them, but right now I'm just focused on my season and until things really start heating up I'm not going to be too worried about it."

Senghor has been hard at work in the classroom as well as on the football field and is on pace to get his AA degree in May and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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