If there’s one person who may know what it’s like to take coaching from Deion Sanders and Will Muschamp, it’s Shilo Sanders, the son of the NFL legend and new Jackson State coach.

The younger Sanders didn’t reveal much when asked if the new coach has offered him a scholarship yet, except a laugh.

“I’m proud of him, he’s finally being a head coach,” Sanders said Tuesday. “I played for him, so he’s definitely going to get on your tail if you mess up.”

Primarily a safety, Sanders is fourth on the Gamecocks with 10 tackles this season.

Last season, he appeared in four games as a true freshman, and redshirted. He saw his most action against Charleston Southern, but also appeared briefly against Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. He registered one tackle in the CSU game, and was named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.