This weekend in Tallahassee, a new legacy may have been born. Former Florida State legend Deion Sanders was in town to help with a skills camp put on by former Seminoles wide receiver Corey Fuller, but also took some time to give his youngest son, Shedeur, a tour of the campus.
Shedeur, a 2021 athlete out of Cedar Hill (Texas) Trinity Christian, is a long ways from committing to a college. His two older brothers also play football, but neither followed in their father’s footsteps as a Seminole. Sanders is hoping that will change with Shedeur.
The first part of the tour started by Sanders showing his son all of his plaques, memorabilia and trophies scattered around the Seminoles’ locker room.
After that, Sanders took his son through the players’ tunnel, but wouldn’t let him through. He reiterated that Shedeur has to earn the right to walk through the gate and onto Bobby Bowden Field.
Although Sanders won’t let his son onto the field yet, he did take him into the stands.
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