Ohio State commit Trevon Grimes gave Buckeye fans a status update on his recovery from a torn ACL today on Twitter.
Trevon Grimes, a four-star wide receiver from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., committed to the Buckeyes in August of last year. Two months later, in a game against Bishop Gorman—fellow Ohio State commit Tate Martell’s team—he tore the ACL in his left knee. The recovery prognosis for a torn ACL is six to nine months, and today, after an inquiry from a Buckeye fan account, Grimes gave us an update on his status.
Check it out:
Update on how the recovery is going Tre? @TrevonGrimes7
— BuckeyeNation (@OSUFBRECRUITING) January 25, 2017
*Weighted Lunges / Walking Lunges
* Squatting 100+ Lbs
*jogging Next week 🙏🏽 https://t.co/Gr0Vg2gFa4
— GrimeTime™ (@TrevonGrimes7) January 25, 2017
Already about to jog? That’s pretty good news. It’s only been about three and a half months! If the rest of the recovery process goes as planned, we should expect to see him on the field when the season kicks off.
The 6-foot-3, 202 pound wide receiver is the No. 5 ranked WR in the 2017 recruiting class, and he’s part of the No. 2 ranked recruiting class in the nation (Alabama No. 1) per 247Sports.