Former Tennessee Titans wide receiver Chris Sanders will be at White House High School on Wednesday, July 23, to work with the quarterbacks and wide receivers of the 2014 Blue Devils football team. Sanders will be assisting the team from 10 a.m. to noon, and the public is invited to the event.
Sanders, a former standout receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Tennessee Titans, also coached with the White House coaching staff in last year’s TACA East-West All-Star Classic in December in Cookeville. Sanders has maintained a strong relationship with the White House staff since 2007.
At Ohio State, he was also a member of the track and field teams and set school records in long jump and relay from 1992-94. In three years as a starter for the Buckeyes football team, he caught 71 passes for 1,120 yards. He was named the All-Sports Athlete of the Year at OSU in 1994.
He was drafted in the third round by the Houston Oilers in 1995, and spent seven years with the organization including the move to Tennessee and being a member of the Super Bowl team in 1998. He caught 177 balls for 3,285 yards. After coaching at Christ Presbyterian Academy as an assistant, he is now a wide receivers coach at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville.