Colorado running back, Sy’veon Wilkerson, has chosen to address a critic on social media.

The NCAA may prioritize Colorado’s popularity over its on-field performance.

Social media has a knack for showcasing both the best and worst sides of people. As a high-level athlete, you can expect to have a mix of fans. While some will always support you, there will also be those who never have anything positive to say.
Over the weekend, Colorado running back Sy’veon Wilkerson discovered himself in that very place.

This weekend, Wilkerson, a transfer from Jackson State, sparked conversations among Buffs fans on X (formerly known as Twitter) as they eagerly anticipate a steady ground game. He wasted no time in making it clear to the skeptics that his presence in Boulder is no coincidence, but rather a result of his perseverance and determination.

You guys are here saying anything. Nobody followed any hype. Playing in a power 5 conference has been a long-time dream of mine. I made the decision to transfer from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) because I showcased my talent and believed that I deserved to be at a power 5 school. Unfortunately, none of the coaches showed interest in recruiting me during high school.

On Saturday night, as the host, Wilkerson and the Buffs will aim to return to the winning streak by facing the Oregon State Beavers.

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