Deion Sanders has officially made his mark on college football.
After bringing Jackson State great success, Coach Prime moved on to Colorado.
While his team has only played two games this year, they are already ranked due to Sanders’ tactics and culture shift.
His success at the collegiate level has made many question if he could make it as an NFL head coach.
Sean McVay recently gave his opinion on the matter, according to SportsCenter.
When asked if Sanders could be an NFL head coach, McVay responded with “Absolutely,” adding, “He’s done a great job at a bunch of different levels.”
Sean McVay is all in on Coach Prime 📈 pic.twitter.com/1BvN9sLvXO
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 15, 2023
McVay also called Sanders a “motivator.”
Throughout his short time at Colorado, Sanders’ team features two early Heisman candidates.
His son, Shadeur, and DB/WR phenom Travis Hunter have both found themselves with a lot of national media attention.
If Colorado continues on this pattern of success, there is a growing belief that Sanders might be in line for an NFL job.
He was a dominant force when he played in the league, and would likely bring a similar mindset to a team.
Whether Sanders is interested in an NFL gig remains to be seen.
At the moment, he seems intent on staying with Colorado, helping bolster this school’s football program.
Plus, coaching two of his sons is a bonus, a perk of the job he might not want to give up.
When his sons are no longer in school, the NFL could prove to be a tantalizing option for Sanders, especially if he’s offered a position.NEXT: Former NFL Player Makes Harsh Statement About Dak Prescott