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Bay area athlete to hit the road

Athlete prospect Zeke Sanders (6-2, 183, 4.48) from Santa Cruz, Calif., will hit the road take in a couple of camps and take an unofficial visits coming up. He has had a busy spring as he went to state in track and attended the NIKE Camp held in Los Angeles last April and other camps.
The events he competed in the state meet were the 100-m and 200-m where he ran a 10.91 100 and a 21.98 200. His best time in the 100-m were 10.6. As a sophomore, Sanders won the league in the 100-m with an 11.15.
The athletic Sanders also participates in basketball and rugby.
On the gridiron, Sanders was a two way starter as a corner and wing/slot back his sophomore year. He was good enough to earn all-league (HM).
As a junior, Sanders played free safety and wing/slot back. Because of his leadership skills he was a team captain on a team that won section championship.
Sanders earned County MVP as a junior. He was also selected all-league team member, and won the junior of the year award.
On the offensive side of the ball, Sanders had 14 touchdowns in nine games. Three of his touchdowns came on kickoff returns so he could also help a team as a special teams player.
From his safety position, Sanders racked up 65 tackles and had one interception.
The ever busy Sanders also was named to the Nike combine team in Oakland, Calif., and he attended the NIKE Camp held in Los Angeles as a defensive back.
Sanders has an excellent frame and one of the intriguing things about him is he is still growing. He grew a quarter of an inch over the spring.
Starting this week, Sanders will take an unofficial visit to Colorado and will camp with Air Force and Oregon State. Besides the NIKE Camp and combine, Sanders was at the invite only camp at Cal on June 8th and he attended San Jose State's camp.
During the spring, Sanders received phone calls from Air Force, San Diego State, Boise State, Idaho, Fresno State, San Jose State, Oregon State, USC, Washington State, Northwestern, and Cal State-Sacramento.
Sander is being recruited to play either safety or wide receiver.
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