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In-state battle brewing for Sanders' services

In-state battle brewing for Sanders' services

Suffice to say that just a few weeks ago Yamen Sanders' name wasn't listed on the recruiting board of either Arizona State or the University of Arizona. Nonetheless, these days the Culver City (Calif.) safety is coveted by these archrivals and will visit both of them this month.

"Coach Chris Ball starting recruiting me a few weeks ago," Sanders said. "I feel like Arizona State is a good program that can develop players, win a lot of games and get to some bowl games. The area around there is very nice. I've been to Phoenix before, but never to the campus... Recommended Stories

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