Another Sanders gets looks from UGA 

June, 28, 2012
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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Tucker (Ga.) High School coach Bryan Lamar let out a long, slow whistle when asked about one of the rising stars on his team, cornerback Dominick Sanders. The new head coach at one of the powerhouse schools in the Peach State imparted a lot of information in that whistle. It is clear he was quite happy watching Sanders dominate the 7-on-7 tournament that pitted his Tigers against some of the top teams in the area on Wednesday.

“He has great ball skills and a great set of hands,” Lamar said. “He has good feet and is a good athlete. But along with his athleticism he has great body control and hands. He is going to have big year for us on both sides of the ball. He is physical; he will tackle you. He is strong in the weight room and powerful in all of his lifts. I am expecting big things from him.”

There is a reason why such a description of a player named Sanders from Tucker will sound familiar to Georgia fans. Sanders’ older brother Chris joined the Bulldogs in 2011 as a cornerback, playing one season before being dismissed from the team for violating team rules. Chris Sanders is at Georgia Military College and he hopes to rejoin the Bulldogs in the future.

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