Long before Jameis Winston enrolled at Florida State, his dream was to play baseball and football at the college and professional levels.

Winning the 2013 Heisman Trophy hasn't done anything to change those goals.

Speaking to reporters late Saturday night after he won the Heisman in a landslide vote, Winston said he still has every intention to play baseball for the Seminoles this spring. He even gave a shoutout to "11" and "Meat" — head baseball coach Mike Martin Sr. and assistant coach Mike Martin Jr. — during his acceptance speech.

As a freshman, Winston played outfield, designated hitter and pitched in relief.

"I don't feel I can play football without baseball," Winston said. "I don't feel I can play baseball without football."

Winston said he hopes to play Major League Baseball and in the NFL at the same time.

"I believe you can do anything you put your mind to," Winston said. "Especially with my hard work and determination. I can do anything that I want to do."

If Winston is able to pull off that feat, it would be reminiscent of former Seminole star Deion Sanders and former Auburn Tiger Bo Jackson. While neither of those players pitched or played quarterback, the Jackson comparison is often drawn because he hails from Winston's hometown of Bessemer, Ala.