Pittsburgh Elite 10U 3rd year wide receiver. Sanders is a solid receiver whois a mismatch problem for defense with his combination of size and speed. He has enough speed to generate separation from coverage and is big enough to jump over most defenders. He has a nice burst out of his breaks to create space from defenders and get open for his quarterback. He does a quality job of working the middle seam, slants, and is capable along the sideline. With his surprising speed, he can challenge defenses vertically running down the seam or along the sideline. NFL Comparison - Tampa Bays Mike Evans
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