As the son of Deion Sanders, Shedeur Sanders can learn plenty about football from his father.
But when it comes to elite quarterback play, “Prime Time” made a call to one of the best to ever do it.
That explains why Tom Brady ran Shadeur Sanders through a workout at Berkeley Preparatory School in Tampa, Florida, where the 42-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback had been organizing workouts with his Buccaneers teammates.
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Sanders, a four-star quarterback recruit who will be a senior at Trinity Christian School in Cedar Hill, Texas, this fall, posted pictures of the workout on social media Saturday.
On Twitter, he wrote, “Learning from the 🐐soaking up all the knowledge.”
According to the 247Sports composite rankings, Sanders is ranked as the No. 12 pro-style QB in the 2021 class. ESPN ranks him 41st overall on its top 300 list. His offer list includes Alabama, Arizona State, Baylor, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Houston, LSU, Michigan, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, UCF and UCLA, among other Division I opportunities.
“Prime Time” shouted out Brady on Instagram, captioning a photo of the three-time MVP and his son:
“They’re things In Life even the father can’t teach the son but GOD always provides a way if there’s a will. @tombrady I thank u,appreciate & love the man,The father and the athlete u are. This is NEXT LEVEL TYPE OF STUFF.”