For 14 seasons, Deion Sanders strutted his stuff across the NFL, a threat to score — or at least shake things up — on defense, special teams and occasionally on offense.

His talent was as undeniable, although often overshadowed by his flamboyance.

His induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night will seal his greatness.

Getting in the first time he was on the ballot is further confirmation he was among the most dominant players of the 1990s, arguably one of the most dynamic players of any era.

He also was one of the most unique, a trend-setter whose legacy is still evident every Sunday.