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Deion Sanders’ Son Shedeur Draws Rave Reviews as Jackson State Dominates FAMU

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Shedeur Sanders had himself a season debut.

The Jackson State sophomore quarterback was burning against FAMU, finishing 29-of-33 for 323 yards and five touchdowns in Jackson State’s 59-3 win on Sunday.

Suffice to state, Sandersthe son of Jackson State head coach and NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanderswas all of the talk on Twitter:

LeBron James @KingJames

So TOUGH!!!!! . Hate it had been Vs FAMU though but boy he was simply clicking all cylinders on the market!!

Jordan Reid @Jordan_Reid

As efficient of a half as youll see from the QB by Jackson St.s Shedeur Sanders vs. FAMU:

170 passing yards
3 TDs
17 straight completions

Hes not draft eligible until 2024, but an HBCU QB hasnt been drafted since Tarvaris Jackson in 2006 (2nd round – MIN)


I have to be hearing Shedeur Sanders is among the best QBs in the united kingdom tomorrow.

Field Yates @FieldYates

He previously offers from both most dominant programs in college at this time (Alabama/Georgia). I dont care if it had been DIII, hes must watch and intensely impressive.

73-9 plus they LIED @CuffsTheLegend

Prime has Jackson State looking just like a juggernaut. Shedeur Sanders may be the goods!

Gifted @G0dGiven_

This man Shedeur Sanders gaining a passing clinic his placement has been flawless lol 1st Round pick for certain his resume ought to be judged no not the same as Trey Lance who only had 17 career starts at North Dakota State

Mia Berry @iammiaberry

You understand the game has ended when Shedeur Sanders is giving TV interviews with 8 minutes remaining in the 4th

And once and for all reasonhe threw some dimes against a helpless FAMU defense.

Andscape @andscape

Shedeur Sanders helps Jackson St. reach the finish zone first in the Orange Blossom Classic.

ESPN College Football @ESPNCFB

Shedeur Sanders is 14-14 with TWO TDs in the initial half

Andscape @andscape

Shedeur Sanders has been DOMINANT

He’s started the Orange Blossom Classic 16/16 for 157 yds and 3 TDs

Sunday’s performance doesn’t come as any kind of surprise. Sanders threw for 3,231 yards, 30 touchdowns and eight interceptions as a freshman, completing 65.9 percent of his passes. He also rushed for three scores and led Jackson State to an 11-2 record and a Southwestern Athletic Conference title.

That earned them a berth in the Celebration Bowl, where they lost to SC State, 31-10.

What lengths Jackson State goes this year remains to be observed. However the Tigers certainly got off to a fantastic start, led by their star quarterback.

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