Jameis Winston is a two-sport star at Florida State.
But he knows which one holds his professional future.
Yahoo Sports is reporting that Winston purchased an insurance policy that would provide him with up to $10 million in coverage if an injury keeps him from being a first round pick when he decides to declare for the NFL.
Sources tell Yahoo the policy is "loss of value" coverage which is similar to the type that Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford purchased before his final season of college football. Like Winston, Bradford chose to return for another season after winning the Heisman Trophy.
The insurance policy could been an indication that Winston is thinking about a pro football career sooner rather than later despite the fact that the players father recently said that he wants his son to play two more seasons at Florida State.
That would also allow him one more season of playing baseball for the Seminoles.
Winston won the Heisman Trophy last season after throwing for 4,057 yards and 40 touchdowns and leading FSU to a win over Auburn in the BCS National Championship Game.