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Baylor gets commitment from ex-UGA DB Chris Sanders

Sanders, Chris

Away from the FBS level for nearly two years, Chris Sanders has finally made his way back.

Chris Sanders confirmed to Monday night that he has committed to play his football for Baylor in 2014.  After signing a National Letter of Intent Wednesday — the first day of the JUCO early-signing period — the cornerback will graduate from Eastern Arizona Community College.

Sanders was a three-star member of Georgia’s 2011 recruiting class, playing in three games as a true freshman before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury.  In early February of 2012, Sanders was one of three freshmen dismissed from the football program for violating unspecified team rules.  One of the other three who was dismissed along with Sanders was Nick Marshall, who will quarterback Auburn in the BCS title game against Florida State next month.

After his dismissal from UGA, Sanders also received the boot from Georgia Military College.  Since then, Sanders claims, he’s straightened both himself and his life out.

“I’ve learned a whole lot,” Sanders told the recruiting website. “I’ve matured as a man and got my life back right. Going to Baylor, being a part of that ‘Baylor Gang’, I know I can get my life where it’s supposed to be at. It’s a great program on and off the field. With my past troubles, I’m not going to lie, that was the reason for me going to Arizona.”

Sanders also held offers from, among others, Ole Miss and Utah.

(Photo credit: Georgia athletics)

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1 Response to “Baylor gets commitment from ex-UGA DB Chris Sanders”
  1. rolltide510 says: Dec 17, 2013 10:51 AM

    Note to Baylor: Play him at QB

    Note to Chris Sanders: Best not to refer to your new school as your “gang” given the context.

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