Bryce Ford-Wheaton makes a decision about his future | Rare Techy
West Virginia wide receiver Bryce Ford-Wheaton announced on Twitter that he will declare for the 2023 NFL Draft after five seasons in Morgantown.
“I came to WVU in 2018 eager to continue the family tradition of matching the old gold and blue. I knew I had big shoes to fill, but of course I was up for the challenge.
“Throughout my years at WVU, I have crossed paths with many different coaches who have taught me valuable lessons both on and off the court that have made me a better player and more importantly, a better person.
“For my teammates, there have been times when we’ve been at the top of the hill, but also times when we’ve been at the bottom (like the Law School Hill Rep. 10). The one thing that stayed the same was our love and support for each other. You’ll always be brothers.
“Last but not least, thank you to the Mountaineer Nation for their unwavering support over these five years. It was a blessing to show up on Saturday knowing that I represented 1.8 of the most loyal fans in college sports.
“With that in mind, I have decided to forgo my final season and declare for the 2023 NFL Draft.
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“Once a climber, always a climber.”
Ford-Wheaton finishes his Mountaineer career tied for 12th in WVU history with 143 receptions, 18th in receiving yards and 15th with 15 receiving touchdowns.
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