Aggies sophomore WR Evan Stewart alludes to mistreatment of health at Texas A&M

Users who refuse to pay for the social media platform formally known as Twitter are limited to 280 characters per post but a lot can still be said.

Texas A&M sophomore wide receiver Evan Stewart shared a post on Tuesday afternoon that has many people in Aggieland scratching their heads.

“Wherever I go, I just hope the training staff can tell me the actual diagnosis of my injuries for my physical and mental health,” Stewart stated on X, adding a praying hands emoji to the end of the post.

Stewart entered the NCAA Transfer Portal on Dec. 19. Following the firing of Jimbo Fisher and subsequent dismissal of his remaining staff, Stewart’s post seems to be more of an indictment against the previous regime than new head coach Mike Elko.

The sophomore wideout has been outspoken over the last month following the conclusion of the regular season. He revealed the truth about NIL in Bryan-College Station in December.

Stewart is 6-foot, 175 pounds and was a 5-star prospect coming out of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas. The Memphis, Tenn. native had a phenomenal freshman season in 2022, earning All-Freshman Team honors from the SEC, ESPN, The Athletic and the Football Writers Association of America.

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