Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders determined to maintain enjoying for his father Deion as an alternative of enter the 2024 NFL draft, but when he had turned professional, he thinks he’d be the perfect quarterback on this yr’s class.
“I’m biased, however I don’t see a quarterback that’s better than me,” Sanders instructed SI.com. “I don’t see a quarterback that went by way of as a lot adversity as me, that had 4 [offensive coordinators] in 4 years. “Coming from an HBCU, coming to a Energy 5 [program], having actual stress on me. Lots of people don’t perceive, that’s much more adversity than you assume simply even being the son of Deion Sanders.”
Few would agree with Sanders that he is a greater professional prospect than USC’s Caleb Williams or North Carolina’s Drake Maye, however Sanders believes he is carried out extra together with his alternatives than the opposite quarterbacks have with theirs.
“You set any of these guys in [my] scenario, they’re not doing that. I respect their recreation, I respect what they’re doing as a result of to have the ability to be a first-round draft choose, to have the ability to have success on the sphere, it takes a number of laborious work and dedication and the whole lot. However probably the most stress and the most secure guess is me.”
Sanders may have an opportunity this season to state his case that he deserves to be the primary choose within the 2025 NFL draft.