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Look: Jameson Williams Is Moving Well After ACL Surgery

Jameson Williams runs with the football.

COLLEGE STATION, TX - OCTOBER 09: Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver Jameson Williams (1) prepares to stiff arm Texas A&M Aggies defensive back Demani Richardson (26) after a first half reception during a game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field on October 9, 2021 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Ken Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Earlier this month, Alabama receiver Jameson Williams said he was on a surprisingly short timetable to return from the torn ACL he suffered in the national championship.

And it looks like he wasn't lying.

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Former Alabama WR Jameson Williams, two months removed from surgery on his torn ACL, is not participating in Alabama’s Pro Day today. But [here] he is last week, continuing to progress, with the expectation being that he’ll be running by the draft."

Williams could be seen loosening up a bit in the clip as he starts to ramp up his rehab process.

"I was hearing five to seven months, but I'm hearing I'm ahead of schedule," Williams told reporters in early March. "I'm six weeks out of surgery right now. I've been walking without the brace for two weeks, without the crutch for three weeks. Hopefully things keep going on this track, and I'll be back as soon as possible."

The Bama product's draft stock was thrown into uncertainty as soon as he went down. But, with such a remarkable turnaround, it looks like the star wideout should still find himself selected pretty early.

The home run hitting All-American is currently projected to go somewhere in the first round.