Sensabaugh In No Hurry

Sensabaugh In No Hurry


Sensabaugh In No Hurry


5-10, 190 pound Chris Sensabaugh has been taking it easy so far this summer.

“It has been pretty good so far. I haven’t been to any camps this summer. I did go to Georgia Tech before the summer was out,” said Sensabaugh.

One visit is in the works and a few others could come this month.

“I am going to Tennessee on the 20th. That is all I have planned right now. I will probably try to see a few others before we start practices,” said Sensabaugh.

When asked about his current favorites, Sensabaugh responded, “I really don’t know. So many teams are recruiting me. Tennessee is one of them, North Carolina, Clemson and Georgia Tech. I have also heard from Georgia a couple of times and Michigan.”

Coach Brooks continues to show lots of love from the Tigers.

“They are still looking at me. They want me to come down for a visit,” said Sensabaugh.

Current Tiger Coty came home to help out recently.

“He came up and helped coach one of our 7-on-7 tournaments. He was our defensive back coach. We actually won it. He was out there acting crazy,” said Sensabaugh.

The Tennessee standout doesn’t know when he will be ready to make a commitment.

“I don’t really have a timeframe right now. I am just waiting to see how things go later this summer,” said Sensabaugh.

The first big offers could impact his decision.

“I don’t want to jump on the first one, but I will definitely take that into consideration,” said Sensabaugh.



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