SAN FRANCISCO, CA – FEBRUARY 05: TV personality/retired NFL player Deion Sanders walks the Blue Carpet at the 2015 Pepsi Rookie of the Year Award Ceremony at Pepsi Super Friday Night at Pier 70 on February 5, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images for Pepsi)2021 quarterback Shedeur Sanders is a three-star recruit with a five-star pedigree given that he’s the son of Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders. The younger Sanders has picked up another huge offer as he heads into his junior season.Taking to Twitter over the weekend, Sanders announced that he had received an offer from Tennessee. The post included a video of him touring the Tennessee campus and running a few drills for the Vols’ camp while wearing a team uniform.247Sports’ Composite Rankings list Sanders as the No. 339 overall prospect in the Class of 2021. He is the No. 17 pro-style quarterback in the country, and the No. 48 prospect from the state of Texas.Last year at Trinity Christian School, Sanders threw for 2,977 yards, 42 touchdowns and only seven interceptions. The year before, he had an equally impressive 2,360 yards, 34 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. Blessed to receive an offer from the University of Tennessee! GOD is AMAZING! Worked very hard for this, Hard work pays off. This is just the beginning! #2 @DemetricDWarren @CoachJPruitt @ChrisWeinke16 @DeionSanders @TCCHFootball @ahart49 @Striving4_ALott pic.twitter.com/SbZXPAs7cN— Shedeur Sanders (@ShedeurSanders) June 23, 2019The month of June has been a massive boon for Sanders as he has now picked up offers from Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, and Georgia Tech.He also has outstanding offers from Georgia, Michigan, LSU, Florida, and his father’s alma mater, Florida State.Sanders is going his own way to college football stardom, and he has certainly been impressing plenty of coaches along the way.