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Deion Sanders is a former American footballer and baseballer and he works for CBS Sports and NFL Network as an analyst. In the year 2011, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of fame. Also, at present, he is the Offensive coordinator at Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill high school. His nickname is "Primetime" and the other is "Neon Deion." His nickname stemmed from the fact that Sanders was very meticulous when playing football, baseball, as well as, basketball.
Primarily, he played football at Cornerback, but also as a punt returner, kick returner, as well as, a wide receiver. Occasionally, he played in the National Football League for the San Francisco 49ers, the Baltimore Ravens, the Atlanta Falcons, and the Washington Redskins. 
In 2012, Sander founded a school known as Prime Prep Academy School. The school was meant to groom youngsters that are yearning to become skillful in the various career. Students in the school saw Sanders as their mentor. Three years after the establishment of the school, precisely in 2015, the school was shut down due to financial insolvency. Prior to the school was closed down, in 2014, he launched his premier show christened “the Deion Family Playbook.”

Sanders Early Life

On August 9, 1967, Sanders was born at Fort Myers, Florida. Sanders attended the famous North Fort Myers High School. While in the school, he was a letterman in baseball, basketball, and football. His love for sport earned him several accolades. The Kansas City Royals picked Sanders to represent them in a tournament. It is on record that Sanders did not sign any contract with the Royals.

College Career

In a bid to expand his frontiers of knowledge, Sanders gained admission into the Florida State University. While at the University, he participated in three different kinds of Sports – track, baseball, and football. During his first year at the Florida State University, Sanders played outfield and helped the team to finished fifth. In addition, he helped the track and field team to secure a top position that led them to a conference championship.
In 1989 and 1988, he was a two-time All-American cornerback under the supervision of the head coach Bobby Bowden. In 1988, Sanders won the Jim Thorpe Award. In order to seal State’s 13-7 win over Auburn, Sanders made an excellent interception using his left foot in 1989. Due to his sterling performance for Florida State, in 1995, his jersey #2 was retired.
Furthermore, in 1986, at Florida State, under coach Mike Martin, Sanders hit 331 while playing baseball. He was very popular for base stealing, accumulating up to 27 stolen bases in 1987. Sanders ended his career when the ovation was loud with 126 punt returns.

Net Worth

Being a former American footballer and baseballer, Sanders was popular during his active years. While playing football actively, he made a total of $47 million. Then in baseball, it was reported that Sanders made over $13.3. In addition to the sources of income, he also made money from commercial endorsements.
Currently, Sanders works at the NFL Network as a broadcaster. Between 2013 and 2014, his broadcasting job has fetched him over $2 million. In conclusion, Sanders’ total net worth is over $40 million.

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