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David Sanders Jr: Nation’s No. 1 sophomore shares ‘amazing’ review of first UGA visit

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edited November 2022 in Article commenting
imageDavid Sanders Jr: Nation’s No. 1 sophomore shares ‘amazing’ review of first UGA visit

Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s the Intel. This rep has the latest with 5-star sophomore LT/DE prospect David Sanders Jr. He is the nation’s No. 1 overall prospect for 2025 on the 247Sports Composite ratings. That is a ranking he clearly has earned.

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    DawgOnDawgOn Posts: 265 ✭✭✭ Junior

    This is a must have type of player. GO DAWGS!!! GAHA!!! H = his

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    bogarttadbogarttad Posts: 281 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    Jeff,

    Thank you for again presenting a clear picture of a young man with undeniable physical ability yet attached to humility and healthy family focus. CKS' secret sauce is to find as many recruits with these traits as he possibly can and then provide a cohesive structure for development. Despite the many injuries that occur in the preparation and playing of college football, the uncanny ability of our players to sublimate themselves to the team over self is demonstated time and again when the "next man up" is called upon. Your journalistic excellence allows us to get to know, appreciate, and feel comforted by the quality of our future Bulldogs.

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    DJG76DJG76 Posts: 212 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Great article, but I kept looking at this young mans pictures.....He looks like so many middle school players I encountered in my career. I watched the video and you know, he looks like a grownazz man playing peewee football.....I kept wondering just how tall he was and how much this sophomore weighted??? A little research revealed that young Mr. Sanders is 6'6" and 255 lbs according to 247sports.....now that's a grownazz man and I'm hoping he just fell in love with the Bull Dawgs!

    I was fortunate to watch Nick Chubb develop from peewee to high school...I suspect Mr Sanders coaches hear lots of complaints that he is to big to play with these little HS guys...just like Nick Chubb.

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