Mohamed Sanu Sr is an American football wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Rutgers and was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Sanu has also been a member of the Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, and Detroit Lions.
Initially from Sayreville, New Jersey, Sanu was brought into the world to a Muslim family and furthermore lived in his folks’ local Sierra Leone as a youngster.
Sanu got back to the United States and resided in Dayton, New Jersey, where he in the end featured at South Brunswick High School as a triple-choice quarterback prior to enlisting at Rutgers University in 2009.
In his last season at South Brunswick High School, Sanu drove the Vikings to their first season finisher compartment in almost 40 years, including three surging scores of no less than 80 yards against Edison High School.
He was administered ineligible to play during his senior year, because of surpassing NJSIAA’s age limitation; he moved on from secondary school a half year early and enlisted at Rutgers University in January 2009.
In track and field, Sanu was one of the state’s top entertainers in the hopping occasions. At the 2008 NJSIAA Sectional Championships, he set second in the triple leap (14.08 m) and third in the long leap (6.43 meters).
Does Mohamed Sanu Sr Have A Child?
Yes, Mohammed Sanu Sr has a child as of February 2022.
Who is Mohamed Sanu Sr child Mohamed Sanu Jr?
Mohamed Sanu Jr. was born on August 21, 2015, the day before Sanu turned 25. As popular as Mohamed Sanu Sr is, not much information has been published about his son, Mohamed Sanu Jr on the world wide web.