Sensabaugh Playing the Waiting Game

Sensabaugh Playing the Waiting Game


Sensabaugh Playing the Waiting Game


By Keith McGonigle.

Chris Sensenbaugh the standout RB/Athlete from Kingsport, Tennessee has yet to receive a scholarship but hopefully after this year some should be coming his way, “I haven’t received any scholarships, but I am still receiving things from schools.  They are basically telling me to go out and play hard and show them what I can do.”

One way Chris plans to turn heads is by contributing on defense, “a lot of schools know what I can do at running back, this year I am going to try and show what I can do on the defensive side of the ball.”

The 5’10” 205 athlete says that many schools are now considering him as a possible linebacker.  This year for his high school team he will be playing the ‘DOG’ position. Chris described it as a mix between middle linebacker and outside linebacker but he is also going to be asked to do a lot of coverage.

Tennessee, UNC, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Alabama are the schools that Chris is interested in at this point and hopes to receive scholarships from. 

What is the most important thing for Chris when choosing a school?

“I want a school that shows me they have an interest in the players and care about them not just for what they can do on the football field.  Getting a good education and being at a school with nice facilities is another big part.”

“I would have to say that the most important thing is getting a good Education.  Something could happen in football or even just randomly on the street and I could end up getting injured. I want to be able to fall back on education.”

Chris has been back in school since August 2nd and preparing for his first game on the 20th.

It should be interesting to see if Clemson decides to extend Chris a scholarship.



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