7. Deion Sanders: $4 million
Sanders, known as “Prime Time” during his playing days, always had a love for being in the spotlight. So it’s no surprise that he owned a 29,000 square-foot mansion, referred to as the “crown jewel” of Prosper, Texas. To put the size of Sanders’ home into perspective, it’s half the size of an entire football field! In addition to having more bedrooms and bathrooms than most hotels, the home also features amenities such as a bowling alley, indoor pool, outdoor pool, football field, and a barbershop. Unfortunately, in the midst of his messy divorce in 2014, Sanders was forced to quickly sell the home for (only) $4 million.