Shedeur Sanders becomes first in Colorado with Tesla "Cyberbeast" truck

Buffs QB showing off his new well-equipped state-of-the-art vehicle
Deion Sanders Jr./Well Off Media

Shedeur Sanders has no problem flexing his high-tech toys. The Colorado Buffaloes QB was pushing a Rolls-Royce and a Mercedes-Benz last year. But it seems his latest addition might be the best since coming to Boulder.

Colorado "Grown" leader showed off his new Tesla Cybertruck, which happens to be the first in the Centennial State. Nobody owns a "Cyberbeast" in the area except for Sanders, who chronicled the details with a test drive via Well Off Media. It's Tesla's most expensive version of the electric truck that comes with a $110K price tag.

The beast has 845-HP and can go from zero-to-sixty in 2.6 seconds, tow five and a half tons with a 340 mile range. When you think about how far we've come, it's a modern engineering marvel. Sanders might not use all the features, but it's still a true one-of-a-kind machine to roll on the Flatirons. He'll be able to experience Colorado's backcountry and follow the unbeaten path.

The Sanders family returned from a slight break in the Caribbean. Shedeur was throwing everywhere he went down in the Dominican Republic and didn't take a break in his mental readiness. Whether it was moving around palm trees and or on the tarmac before loading up on the private jet to come home, he looked crisp in his delivery.

Sanders is college football's top NIL earner with his valuation at nearly $5 million, according to On3. He'll likely push closer to the top spot this year after collecting a few more sponsorship deals since the season ended.

Colorado will ramp back up with week two of Spring Practices. They'll have less than a week before the Black and Gold Spring Game at Folsom Field on April 27.

Josh Tolle