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Sanders still getting Pac-12 looks

Tanner Sanders is such an attractive prospect since the Corvallis (Ore.) Crescent Valley athlete can play multiple positions and make things happen all over the field.
That was especially the case last weekend as the 6-foot-5, 198-pound prospect lined up at different positions and made plays from various positions.
That's one big reason why Oregon State and San Diego State have already offered the 2014 prospect and many others continue to show interest.
"We had a play-in game (last weekend) and I had a pretty good game," Sanders said. "It was one of the best games I've played this season. I threw a touchdown, ran for two and caught one. It was a pretty good game.
"I started out splitting out and catching the ball but then the coaches made it pretty much where I was just quarterback. They put me out for one pass and I caught it and scored a 40-yard touchdown."
The two offers are already in and Sanders said Arizona State is showing tons of interest along with Oregon and Washington.
A specific position has really not been discussed or decided for Sanders, who said he's fine with going someplace as an athlete and then being worked in where he's needed.
Sanders is just looking for as many opportunities as possible.
"They just want to get me out there and find a spot for me once I'm there," Sanders said. "As long as I'm out there playing it doesn't really matter to me."
Sanders, one of the top prospects in the Pacific Northwest for the 2014 class, has taken multiple trips to Oregon State this season including last weekend for its win against Arizona State.
No favorites have been claimed at this time since it's still so early and Sanders continues to hear from numerous programs.
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