Shedeur Sanders is a talented American football quarterback who currently plays for Colorado Buffaloes. He led Trinity Christian to a TAPPS Division II state championship in 2020 and was named the 2020 TAPPS Division II Offensive Player of the Year. He also led the Buffaloes to a Southwestern Athletic Conference championship. Get all of the latest Shedeur Sanders news here!
Shedeur Sanders was born on March 16, 2003, in Cedar Hill, Texas. He is the son of Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback and current University of Colorado head coach Deion Sanders and his ex-wife Pilar Sanders. Shedeur attended Trinity Christian High School in Cedar Hill, Texas, where he played football and excelled as a quarterback.
As a high school athlete, Sanders quickly gained national attention for his impressive performances on the field. He led Trinity Christian to a 2020 TAPPS Division II state championship, throwing for over 3,000 yards and 42 touchdowns during his junior year. His exceptional play earned him numerous accolades, including the 2020 TAPPS Division II Offensive Player of the Year and the Dallas Morning News’ Offensive Player of the Year.
Sanders committed to play football at Florida Atlantic University, but after his father was named the head coach at Jackson State, he changed his commitment and joined the Jackson State football program. In his freshman year, Sanders started six games for Jackson State, throwing for 1,676 yards and 14 touchdowns, and leading the team to a Southwestern Athletic Conference championship. On December 21, 2022, Sanders transferred to the University of Colorado Boulder, where his father was named the head coach of the Colorado Buffaloes earlier that month.
Shedeur Sanders’ impressive talent, dedication, and hard work have made him a rising star in the world of football, and many experts believe that he has the potential to become one of the sport’s greats.