Mohamed Sanu is a professional American football player who plays in the wide receiver position for the San Francisco 49ers. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft and after a 4 season stays on the team he joined the Atlanta Falcons in 2016.
Mohamed Sanu Sr. was born on August 22, 1989, the son of Aminata Koroma and Samuel Sanu. His parents initially came from the West African country Sierra Leone, where he spent quite a while of his adolescence.
At 6 years old, he, at last, got back to the USA with his more established sister Jabbie, and they experienced childhood in Dayton, New Jersey. His dad was additionally an expert competitor who played for the Sierra Leone public soccer group in his childhood.
Mohamed Sanu went to class at South Brunswick High School, where he was a letterman in both football and sports.
As a quarterback with three choices, Sanu drove the school’s group into the end of the season games without precedent for almost forty years. Since Mohamed Sanu had passed the NJSIAA age limit, he was not able to play in his senior year and accordingly moved on from secondary school a half year early.
Who are Mohamed Sanu Sr’s siblings
Mohamed Sanu Sr’s siblings are Samir Sanu and Haja Jabbie. Checks by Mufcarena.com revealed that Samir Sanu is a father, husband, educator, and coach for GMC Hoops. Information about his sister, Haja Jabbie is scarce on the world wide web.