Yes absolutely. It comes from practice and experience and the type of vision you're talking about is absolutely a learned skill. All the other things that factor into it such as fast twitch muscle (how quickly you react to what you see) is a little different.
This isn't to say that some people don't pick it up much quicker than others, and their brains don't process things differently. But it's the same thing as an outfielder reacting to a ball right off the bat or a basketball player (Bill Russell) reacting to where a rebound is going to go when it's still leaving the shooters hand, nobody was born with that. Repetition, practice, and coaching help that.
Again none of this is to say that anyone with the right amount of practice can react to things like Barry Sanders, but there are a lot of other factors as to why that is.