Miles Sanders, one of America’s most promising high school football players, will be featured on the TV special Under Armour All-America Game Practice Day. The 5’11”, 199-pound running back at Woodland Hills High School in Pittsburgh, PA received several offers from schools including Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Miami, and Notre Dame. Before his junior year, in July 2014, Sanders committed to Penn State. He finished his high school career with 4,573 rushing yards.
Sanders’ “quickness, vision and versatility” will be on display at the Under Armour All-America Game Practice, which airs December 31 at 8pm on ESPNU. Watching the practices in Orlando, ESPN College football recruiting analyst and reporter Tom VanHaaren said Sanders “is elusive, excited to watch him in the game.” Sanders will play with three other Penn State pledges – tackle Michael Menet, end Shane Simmons, and tackle Ellison Jordan.