Babb received bad news on Monday night.
St. Louis (Mo.) Christian Brothers four-star wideout Kamryn Babb’s senior season is over before it began.
Babb suffered a significant knee injury during summer practice last week, and it was confirmed to be a torn ACL, which will cause him to miss his senior season.
Babb also missed several games last season due to injury, but managed to rack up 784 receiving yards and 14 total touchdowns.
Despite the bad news, Babb remained positive and even took the field to help out his teammates.
— Audrey Dahlgren (@AudreyKSDK) August 7, 2017
Babb is one of the best wide receivers in the country. According to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings, Babb is the No. 6 wideout in the nation and the No. 38 recruit overall.
Ohio State is the heavy favorite to land Babb, but he also has offers from Alabama, LSU, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ole Miss and USC.