The 6'2 wide receiver selected Georgia over offers from Vanderbilt, South Florida and North Carolina. Sanders decided to make the commitment "out of the blue," going to his high school coaches on Thursday to tell them his decision.
Sanders is currently not ranked by the Rivals and Scout recruiting services. The wide receiver started in both his freshman and sophomore seasons, picking up over 900 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns combined. Sanders' high school coach Jody Grooms calls him an "explosive player" who "can stretch the field horizontally and vertically."
Sanders is the third commit for Richt and his 2014 recruiting class. The wide receiver's commitment helps ease the sting from the loss of Sandy Creek High School junior wide receiver Demarre Kitt, who recently decommitted from the Bulldogs.