The Colorado State Rams were in the midst of a good drive against the Colorado Buffaloes at a crucial moment. But the Buffaloes quickly took a 7-0 lead as Shilo Sanders made a spectacular interception off Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi and rapidly carried the ball into the end zone.

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As they begin their second drive of the game, the Rams will try to regroup. The Rams of Colorado State counter with a cunning move. The score is tied at 7-7 when wide receiver Tory Horton connects with Dallin Holker for a touchdown pass of 30 yards.

Shilo Sanders, a safety with the Colorado Buffaloes at the moment, will likely be available for the 2024 NFL Draft.

He is presently playing collegiate football in his fifth season. Shilo still has one more year of eligibility for college. College football players must compete in at least three NCAA seasons before announcing for the NFL Draft. Shilo Sanders is currently playing his fifth season of collegiate football. He is now more than qualified to pursue a career in sports.

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Shilo had the option to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft, but he opted to play another year of collegiate football to raise his draft status. 

Shilo is the son of Deion Sanders, a former NFL player and current coach of the Colorado Buffaloes. Shilo’s younger brother, Shedeur, also plays for the same team. Shelomi is his sister. In addition to them, he has stepbrothers Deion Sanders Jr. and Deiondra Sanders.

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Shilo became the talk of the country with a decisive victory over TCU, the 17th-ranked team. In the first game of the season, Shilo played safety and assisted his team in a 45-42 victory.

Jackson State, Shilo’s previous collegiate squad, didn’t compete in a particularly fierce conference. Shilo’s draft prospects may therefore improve if he can establish himself as a starter for the Buffaloes in the future.