Before quarterback Jameis Winston led Florida State to the BCS championship, he had already been drafted in baseball. The Texas Rangers selected Winston, who plays right field for the Seminoles, in the 15th round of 2013 MLB draft. Winston opted for college, but he hasn't given up baseball. He plans to play his second season for the FSU baseball, which has its first game Feb. 14. The idea of Winston's pursuing two sports is endorsed by an expert of the subject, Deion Sanders.

Check out Sanders' thoughts on Winston and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who played second base in the Rockies' system in 2010 and 2011, his role in the new Pro Bowl format and the Super Bowl being played in cold weather:

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