Shedeur Sanders has the benefit of having a Pro Football Hall of Famer right under his same roof with his father Deion Sanders, who played 14 seasons in the NFL and is looked at as one of the most electrifying players to ever step on a football field. Still, the former defensive back can't teach his son everything, especially with him being a quarterback prospect. 

To help hone his skills, Shedeur Sanders had the opportunity to learn from the best who has ever done it at the position, working out with Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady on Saturday. Sanders posted photos of their workout and noted that he was learning from the GOAT and trying to soak up all the knowledge he could from their session. 

According to 247Sports' Composite rankings, Sanders is a four-star recruit and is currently the 12th ranked pro-style quarterback prospect in the country. The 6-foot-2, 198 pounder is heading into his senior year at Trinity Christian School in Cedar Hill, Texas. He currently has offers from a number of notable programs like Alabama, Florida, Florida State (his father's alma mater), Georgia, LSU, Tennessee, Michigan (Brady's alma mater) and Baylor. 

Following their workout, Deion Sanders shared a post of his son working with Brady and thanked the six-time Super Bowl champion for the lessons he was able to give his son saying, "this is next level type of stuff." Brady commented on Sanders' Instagram post and said, "Love seeing [Shedeur Sanders] wanting to learn and put the effort in to be at his very best for his team! It was my pleasure and always here for him!!! It's our responsibility to pass on the knowledge to the next generation who will carry the torch!!! And I loved seeing [Deion Sanders] as his dad supporting him every step of the way! I was learning too."

With two of the greatest players to ever play the game of football in his corner, it would seem like Shedeur Sanders is well on his way to making a name for himself as he continues his football journey.