Storm Reid, who is set to appear in “The Missing” appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and gushed about her boyfriend, Shedeur Sanders. The American actress, who is presently a college student, discussed that the Colorado Buffaloes’ quarterback, transferring to the University of Colorado from Jackson State for his dad, who is now the head coach of the said university. She also said she would be rooting for her man’s team against her own college.
Shedeur Moved To Colorado For His Dad…
When asked by Jimmy Kimmel, “Your boyfriend, Shedeur Sanders, the quarterback at another college, who played for Jackson State, now he’s going to the University of Colorado because his dad is Deion Sanders, who was the coach at Jackson State and now has gone to the University of Colorado, did his dad give him a choice?”, Storm sided with the love of her life.
The actress, who is appearing in Season 3 of “Euphoria”, revealed that even though she is not there for those conversations, she is sure that his dad gave him a choice. “Obviously, you know they’re doing an amazing thing, Mr Deion is an incredible person, an incredible coach and Shedeur is just a really nice kid.”
“Do you watch all his games?” Jimmy asked. Storm replied, “I do, whether I am there or not, I do support him and I am glad to have him as a friend, as a confidant to be able to support him and he supports me back.”
Recently, Euphoria actress Storm Reid (19) and Sanders (20) were captured together on the red carpet at the premiere of her latest movie Missing, at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Downtown Los Angeles. The two were pictured holding hands, and looked happy with each other.
While being interviewed at the premiere, Reid gushed about her new love, He’s super sweet, super talented.” She continued, “I’m glad to have him here supporting me.” The 20-year-old athlete was recently transferred to the Colorado Buffaloes, where his legendary father is the head coach.
Always Rooting For Colorado Buffaloes…
Jimmy then posed an interesting question, “What happens when his school plays SC this season? Storm said, “If it is going to be our stadium, I am surely going to be in the student section or wherever, I would be rooting for the Buffaloes”. Jimmy joked, “You might get some abuse for that though.”
Coming back to Shedeur Sanders, the Colorado Buffaloes quarterback, is the son of Deion Sanders, nicknamed “Prime Time”. The NFL legend played in the NFL for 14 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, and Baltimore Ravens. He is currently the head coach of his son’s team.
Deion won two Super Bowl titles and made one World Series appearance in 1992, making him the only athlete to play in both categories. Sanders was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2011. Well, his son’s career may have just begun, but the sky is the limit. And why not, he’s got his dad’s guidance!