Deion Sanders tells sons 'Y’all ain't goin nowhere' in response to 2024 NFL projection


Coach Prime isn’t quite ready to leave with his sons. Both Shedeur Sanders and Shilo have seen their NFL Draft stock soar after their hot starts with the Colorado Buffaloes. Shedeur’s been phenomenal under center for the 3-0 Buffs, who downed Colorado State Saturday night in an epic comeback effort highlighted by Sanders’ 98-yard game-tying drive late in the fourth quarter.

Sanders’ stats are impressive thus far: 1,251 passing yards on a 78.7 completion percentage (107-of-136), 10 TD and just one interception. Shilo, his older brother, started the season slower, but made a number of impressive plays against CSU. These included an 80-yard interception returned TD and a large forced fumble. Both Sanders are aiming for the NFL and revealed to their father on Sunday that they plan to become professional footballers in 2019. The exchange took place during the Broncos home game against Washington. Deion recalled in a video by his media company, “Well Off Forever,” that they had “

sorta gotten into it” once we got there. “Shilo said, ‘Oh wow, Shedeur look. You’re going to be in the NFL by next year. I replied, “No, he isn’t. Shilo refuted the comments of his father, saying that they were referring to him


his younger brother playing in the NFL. Shedeur said, “I didn’t say you. I said that we have to play next year. I said we both. I said that we’ll have to play

a little bit next year. “

Coach Prime then directed his attention to his quarterback.[My sons and I]”What you trying to say?” Sanders asked Shedeur. What are you trying to say? Shedeur responded. Deion’s answer was emphatic: “That you’all aren’t going anywhere.” “

It is obvious that Coach Prime would like his sons stay with him for as long as they can, and has already ruled out the idea of joining the NFL coaching ranks. Shilo said to his brother the opposite of what his father would have wanted: “Let’s get out of here.” “COLLEGE FOOTBALL trending[the players on the field]Get more from College Football

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