The Holy Trinity of Jackson State football has been made official.
Shilo Sanders, the son of head coach Deion Sanders, has committed to the university ahead of National Signing Day.
“Pops said he needed some dawgs!” Sanders said in a tweet. “So I’m joining my brother to help change the game at JSU and level the HBCU playing field. #BIG21 #IBELEIVEJSU21”
Pops said he needed some dawgs! So I’m joining my brother to help change the game at JSU and level the HBCU playing field #BIG21 #IBelieveJSU21 pic.twitter.com/OllRo5ZFDb
— Shilo Sanders (@ShiloSanders) December 16, 2020
In addition to joining his father, Shilo Sanders will play alongside his brother, Shedur, who committed to JSU in November.
Sanders, who entered the NCAA transfer portal on Monday after playing two seasons at South Carolina, is the latest high-profile transfer Jackson State has acquired in recent weeks.
- Shedeur Sanders makes commitment to dad, Jackson State in opportunity he ‘couldn’t pass up’
- Jackson State gets commitment from four-star SEC linebacker Aubrey Miller
Shilo Sanders was a three-star recruit and two-sport athlete out of Texas’ Cedar Hill Trinity Christian. He appeared in four games for the Gamecocks as a freshman and made 32 tackles this past season as a sophomore.