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Shedeur Sanders, the son of Coach Prime, does not hold the title of the top player in the NCAA as Caleb Williams takes over the position.

Shedeur Sanders, the quarterback for the Colorado Buffaloes, has quickly risen to the top of collegiate football. Thanks to his impressive skills and the guidance of Coach Prime, the team boasts an impressive 3-1 record this season.

Despite his strong start to the 2023 NCAA season, Shedeur has been overshadowed by a quarterback from a rival team who has performed even better. Can you guess who it might be?

NFL scouts were observed in Boulder.

The No. 8 USC Trojans, led by reigning Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams, will face off against the Colorado Buffaloes, led by quarterback Shedeur Sanders, son of Hall of Famer cornerback Deion Sanders on Saturday in a highly anticipated week 5 matchup. Numerous NFL scouts and representatives are present in Boulder, Colorado as expected.

Per ESPN’s Pete Thamel, 30 scouts representing 21 NFL teams will be present at Folsom Field. Sources indicate that while Shedeur’s strong performance at the beginning of the season piqued the interest of NFL scouts, it is overshadowed by the impressive abilities displayed by USC’s Caleb Williams, making him the preferred choice among scouts.

Which matchup are you more interested in: USC vs. Colorado or Caleb vs. Shedeur?

Shedeur Sanders, the son of Hall of Fame cornerback and Colorado head coach Deion Sanders, has been performing impressively for the Buffs in their surprising 3-1 start to the NCAA season. He has a 76.9% passing completion rate and has already accumulated 1,410 passing yards, 11 touchdowns, and only one interception. As a contender for the Heisman, Shedeur’s contributions have been crucial to the team’s success.

He scored a touchdown even though he had little protection and weak support from his teammates. Shedeur’s impressive performance is worth noting, especially considering the challenges he faced. However, the Buffs suffered a setback last week, losing 42-6 to Oregon after starting the season with three wins. It goes without saying that a strong comeback this Saturday could greatly impact their season’s trajectory.

Deion Sanders (R) and Shedeur Sanders (L) of Colorado Buffaloes

However, in the previous season, the Trojans narrowly fell short of making it into the College Football Playoff. Caleb Williams had an impressive year, completing 66.6% of his passes for 4,537 yards and recording 42 touchdowns with only five interceptions. He also rushed for 382 yards and scored 10 touchdowns. This season, in four games, USC has a flawless 4-0 record and Williams has continued to deliver exceptional performances.

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He has achieved a 74.3% pass completion rate, with 1,200 passing yards, 15 touchdowns, and no interceptions. Additionally, he has contributed 71 rushing yards and three touchdowns. If he continues to perform at this level, he could potentially become the second ever two-time Heisman Trophy winner in college football, joining Ohio State’s Archie Griffin.

Caleb Williams

Considering the current circumstances surrounding the Colorado Buffaloes, it is evident that the competition is quite formidable. Additionally, according to sources, USC’s Caleb Williams and North Carolina’s Drake Maye are highly esteemed as the top quarterbacks in the 2024 draft class at the moment. However, if Shedeur Sanders can match Williams’ performance this Saturday, he may have the chance to enter that conversation. Do you believe Shedeur has what it takes? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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