Jeremy Sangster is most proud of what he accomplished his senior season over
"Man it means a lot," Sangster said about the State Championship.
"We have been working hard since two a days in July and June during the
7-on-7. We have been lifting weights, and it all paid off in the end."
The 6' 0", 225-pound linebacker describes his game at linebacker.
"I watch Ray Lewis a lot. He is my motivation and I love to watch him play.
He always plays on his tip toes. Whatever he does I try and make a copy of it
on the field."
How did Jeremy feel like he fit in after playing against the best in Mississippi
and Alabama at the All-Star game?
"I think I did pretty well. Those guys were huge, big, and fast. There
was a whole lot of experience and the game is a whole lot faster, way more faster.
You are playing against the best players from both states. It was a good experience,
What does Jeremy bring to the defense?
"Everybody plays a part. All I had to do is my job and I think I did pretty
well. I am more of a sideline to sideline player. I play the A-Gap and make
Jeremy has flown under the radar in recruiting.
"It has basically just been the junior colleges and Alcorn State and Jackson
State who have been in contact with me. I would like for Ole Miss and Tennessee
to start contacting me. Ole Miss, I love seeing Denzel Nkemdiche play. Seeing
him play that linebacker position, I am like dang, that could be me out there
some day. Tennessee, I love A.J. Johnson. I love seeing him play. That is one
of my favorite linebackers in college. I just love seeing him play. I would
love to take his spot one day."
Yancy Porter is the Mississippi Scout for Scout.com and he can be reached at email@example.com