Army All American Game 2012: Barry Sanders Jr. Commits to Stanford
With the US Army All American game coming to an end, the Stanford Cardinal may have picked up the most exciting player of the day. Of course that would be running back Barry Sanders Jr. and if you didn't know, it's Barry Sanders son. Yes, the same guy who broke rushing records at Oklahoma State and is widely considered one of the best to ever play the game at the running back position.
Much like his father, he is a small running back at 5'10, 195 pounds, but he's extremely quick and makes defenders miss with ease. He's quick in and out of his cuts, has great body control and has great vision of the field while he's running.
He may have a lot of work to do to fill his dads shoes, but he will continue to keep Stanford on the map when Andrew Luck leaves. This is a very exciting pick up for the Cardinal.
He's considered the number eight back by Scout.com, number eight by Rivals.com and number six by ESPN.com.
He also had offers from Florida, Oklahoma State, Florida State, Notre Dame and Alabama.
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Randy Chambers is a B/R Featured Columnist that covers College Football and the NFL. You can contact him @Randy_Chambers or Randy.Chambers7@yahoo.com
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