2. Shedeur Sanders may be the real deal
We watched Shedeur Sanders carve up the Colorado defense which, considering it’s just a glorified practice, doesn’t exactly mean too much. Still, he looked like a more capable quarterback than anyone who took the field for the Buffaloes in 2022.
Sanders, the son of Deion Sanders, transferred from Jackson State this offseason after having a monster freshman season with the Tigers. He knew he’d have to battle for the starting job and he’s made the most of his opportunity, wowing coaches and fans this spring.
It all culminated with the spring game where he completed 16-of-19 passes for 234 yards, and two touchdowns, and he also ran for another score. He’s going to be the starter this year, barring an injury, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s one of the best the Pac-12 has to offer.