Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu Sr. plays for the Miami Dolphins in the National Football League. He recently joined the team and was born on August 22, 1989.
He played college football at Rutgers University on a football scholarship, and the Cincinnati Bengals picked him in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Sanu has also participated in NFL games with the Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons, and New England Patriots. Sayreville, New Jersey, is where Muhammad Sanu, a quarterback for the Rutgers University football team, grew raised.
He thrived as a quarterback for South Brunswick High School while playing three other positions before entering Rutgers University in 2009.
At the 2008 NJSIAA Sectional Championships, he placed second in the triple jump (14.08 meters) and third in the long jump (6.43 meters).
As a sprinter, he competed in events and set personal records in the 55-meter and 200-meter dashes of 6.94 and 24.28 seconds, respectively. Sanu likes playing and watching soccer, and he supports West Ham United.
Mohamed Sanu of Rutgers University was a unanimous preseason All-Big East wide receiver in 2010 and 2011, and he took home the St. Petersburg Bowl MVP award in 2009.
Sanu, a true freshman wide receiver, ran 62 times for 346 yards and five touchdowns while also catching 51 passes for 639 yards as a true freshman.
Larry Fitzgerald of Pitt had previously held the Big East single-season receiving mark, which Sanu shattered in 2011 with 115 catches for 1,206 yards.
He also had an interception, punted twice for a total of 67 yards, and completed eight of his 18 passes for 207 yards and four touchdowns. Before being placed on injured reserve on November 15, Sanu participated in eight games.
How Tall Is Mohamed Sanu?
At the age of 33, he has already reached a height of 1.88 meters tall.