Itawamba's Seay is ready to blow up

Itawamba's Seay is ready to blow up

Itawamba has plenty of talented players this season and one player hoping to make it back to a BCS program is WR Sanford Seay (6-3, 203). The talented wideout signed with Georgia out of high school, but things didn't work out so he decided to take the JUCO route and now is poised to get back to playing at the highest level of college football...

"I got dismissed from Georgia for disciplinary reasons," Seay admitted to JCFootball.com. "It wasn't legal stuff, just team stuff and I didn't abide by some rules, so I had to leave and I ended up here after my parents and I did some research on different schools.

"I was going to stay closer to home, but I got a call from the ICC (Itawamba) coaches and they said I should give it a look and when I did, I felt like it was the right decision to come and get things straight and start new and fresh."

As a redshirt freshman last fall, Seay managed to post 27 receptions for 377 yards and three scores while helping to lead the Indians to a 6-3 record.

"I'm a guy who can do whatever helps my team," Seay said. "I like go-routes and posts, but I can run pretty much any route and I'll go up and get it."

While Seay promises to be a big-time recruit who garners a lot of attention this year, things have been a bit slow so far, but he has heard from one SEC school.

"My coaches said a few schools have asked about me, but we haven't really gotten into specifics," Seay said. "As far as schools I've spoken with, the only one I've actually talked to was Ole Miss when they came through last month.

"I'm open to everyone, but I'd like to play at the highest level I can. I've got my academics straight and I've gotten things into perspective and I hope I get a chance again to play at the highest level."

Seay will finish up his AA degree this December and he will have two years to play two following the 2013 football season.

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