Alabama WR tore ACL’s net in national championship game

After dropping out of the National Championships, it was confirmed that Jameson Williams of Alabama had an ACL tear.

During the National Championship Game, Alabama fans watched Jameson Williams catch the ball well in the first half, but fell back onto the field. clutching his knee in a non-contact injury. He will not return to the match, leaving those wondering how serious the injury is. As it turned out, the worst fears were confirmed.

According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, Williams suffered an ACL tear in the National Championship Game. Additionally, Schefter noted that doctors believe Williams will be able to keep up the pace and make a full recovery from surgery in the next 10 days.

Jameson Williams suffers ACL tear in national championship game

As noted in the tweet above, Williams is predicted to be one of the top widening prospects to be selected in the upcoming NFL Draft. It remains to be seen whether his draft stock will be a hit as he prepares for surgery.

Williams is now the second Alabama player to suffer a knee injury. John Metchie III tore his ACL in the team’s SEC Championship Game against the Georgia Bulldogs.

After moving from Ohio State to Alabama, Williams had a great senior year. In 15 games, he scored 79 hits for 1,572 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Despite having a serious knee injury, Williams is expected to make a full recovery after the surgery.

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John Verrall

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