Biography: "Two-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his senior and junior campaigns. Led West Virginia in receiving as a senior, posting 69/728/4 with 14/92/1 carrying the ball. Also averaged 24.9 yards on 12 kick returns. Junior receiving numbers included 72/688/3."
Positives: "Multipurpose player who is productive as a receiver, ball carrier, and return specialist. Reliable wide out who makes the difficult catch in crowds and consistently extends to make the reception away from his frame. Comes back to the ball, looks the pass in, and quickly transitions from making the reception to running after the catch. Runs crisp routes and gets separation from defenders. Elusive handling the ball, displays a burst of speed, and has the ability to create his own yardage. Turns it on a single step and shows a nice burst."
Negatives: Does not display strong hands. Undersized and will be overmatched by larger defenders.
Analysis: "Sanders is a versatile skill player who can help a team in a variety of ways. Should make an NFL roster as a fourth receiver that lines up in the slot, runs reverses, and makes an impact returning punts and kicks. Sanders does not possess great upside, but he has enough skills to be productive on the NFL level."
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