He took home MVP honors at the position after both events.
"It wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for everybody close to me that told me that you got to want it, you just got to work hard for things you want in life and nothing is going to be handed to you," a proud Senat explained. "I told myself I am going to be the best and I am going to work like I am the best.
He plays both ways in high school, but would like to concentrate on the defensive side of the ball in college.
"I can play anyway they need me, but I prefer defense," Senat said. "Just making the sack and just hitting people and making contact and making the play, just getting all dirty and slimy with it -- that is the thing I love about football."
Senat is hearing from a wide array of schools, but has yet to pick up offer number one, at least to his knowledge.
"It means a lot to me (that BCS schools are already showing interest). It means that I have potential. I don't know right now if I have an offer and that just means I need to work harder and show them what I got and what I am made of."
Senat needs to keep an eye on his inbox, because before you know some of those national level verbal offers will likely be made.