There are some who would disagree with me if I say ‘Georgia needs to be careful with its wide receiving corps”; those same people would argue that any program that has both Justin-Scott Wesley and Malcolm Mitchell on its roster… Read more → The post Georgia Bulldogs: Justin Scott-Wesley Going Through a “Minor Setback” appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
University of Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley took to Twitter this afternoon and claimed that the knee surgery he underwent recently is just a “minor setback” and nothing to be concerned about. Breathe easy! It's only a minor setback. — Justin Scott-Wesley (@JSW_86) July 3, 2015 I've been through worse. Way worse. — Justin Scott-Wesley (@JSW_86) July...
Senior wideout Justin Scott-Wesley underwent knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus Thursday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Scott-Wesley's immediate return to the team in unknown but the team is optimistic the senior will return before the start of fall practice in the fall. The Bulldog receiver has only 498 receiving yards and four touchdowns in his career but...
University of Georgia wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley has had knee surgery and the rising senior should be ready for the start of the 2015 season. Seth Emerson of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported the story. This isn’t the first time that the rising senior has had knee issues. Scott-Wesley tore his ACL back in 2013 and has not been the same since. Last season, he had...
Georgia senior wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley underwent knee surgery today, but it apparently was just a minor procedure. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that the 5-foot-11, 201-pound wide receiver “could be ready to go” by the beginning of August. Scott-Wesley tweeted this afternoon, telling Bulldogs’ fans to calm down. @JSW_86 Wesley caught three...
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