Clayton (Ohio) Northmont Zebrie Sanders has been one of the most heavily recruited players in Ohio and the attention hasn't let up in the spring evaluation period.
"Michigan, Georgia, Florida, Clemson, Arkansas, Stanford and that's pretty much the main ones have all called or been by the school," Sanders, who is 6-foot-5 and 273 pounds, said. "My top teams are Georgia, Florida, Michigan, Clemson, Stanford, Louisville, South Carolina and Arkansas. I'd say UGA, Florida and Clemson are on top."
Quite an impressive list, considering each school has offered. But things could get even more interesting if another national power decides to throw its hat in the ring.
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"USC is supposed to be coming in this week to my school so I'm pretty excited about that," Sanders said. "Coach Pete Carroll is coming.USC would definitely be at the top if they offer, and Ohio State would be up there, too."
Sanders said he would like to make his decision later this winter at a high school all-star game, and until then he's working at getting better.
"My goal is to not allow any sacks, then get all-conference and all-state honors as well as make the Army All-American Bowl," he said. "I want to work on my run blocking a little bit. Work on my technique and hand placement a little bit. My biggest strengths would be my quickness and my pass protection."