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David Sanders Jr: Priority 5-star OT prospect has released his official visit schedule

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edited March 19 in Article commenting
imageDavid Sanders Jr: Priority 5-star OT prospect has released his official visit schedule

This Sentell’s Intel rep on Georgia football recruiting has the latest with 5-star OT David Sanders Jr. He ranks as the nation’s No. 1 OT and the No. 2 overall prospect for 2025 for both the 247Sports Composite and the On3 Industry Ranking.

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    UGADad20UGADad20 Posts: 1,704 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited March 19

    Hate to admit it but the more I read about David Sanders the more it seems he is headed to Clemson. Clemson is his "dream school". EVERYTHING I have read about Davis Sanders is that family is the ultimate deciding factor in his decision. Clemson is closer to home. Dabo's recruiting "schtick" is he sells family. That is his recruiting niche. Clemson doesn't put out many NFL OL but they make you feel good. He is a day 1 starter at Clemson. He is not a year 1 starter at UGA. He would have A LOT of "growing pains" starting in the new SEC in his 1st year. Love to have him but don't see it happening.

    Sanders seems like a tremendous athlete and prospect. I am not sure that OT is where he maximizes his athleticism and football skills. He is at 276 lb now. He will need to add 25 lb (min) before he will be able to play effective OT in the SEC. At OT and at over 300 lb most of his athleticism, agility and speed will be wasted.

    Every time I look at David Sanders I see Bruce Smith DE Buffalo Bills wrecking OL's with speed and power and getting after the QB. Not sure why a kid with those skills is set on playing OT.

    Watched some of his highlight video. The level of competition he is playing against is extremely low. It is not helping him get ready to play anywhere let alone the SEC as a freshman. Providence Day School has 1500 students (K-12) and yearly tuition is $23K - $33K. I think NIL will be a player in this recruitment to help with tuition at PDS for Sanders family.

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