Despite his lack of top-end speed, Mohamed Sanu has a lot of upside to be one of the better receivers in this year's class. He caught 115 passes for 1,206 yards for Rutgers last season. According to his former coach, Greg Schiano, Sanu was a great presence in the locker room. Sanu's lack of elite speed is well documented, but he has good strength and balance that allows him to separate quickly off the line and make tough catches in traffic.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers plan to hire Rutgers' Greg Schiano as their next head coach, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The two sides are putting the final touches on a deal. Schiano had been the head coach at Rutgers since the 200... Read Post
With the Cincinnati Bengals on the clock with the 27th pick in the NFL draft, former Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu received a phone call. He thought he was going to be a Bengal, and the voice on the other line told him so. Sanu wasn... Read Post
As a junior, Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu emerged to be one of the most productive pass-catchers in all of college football. He caught 115 passes last season, the fourth most in all of college football. After emerging last sea... Read Post