Alabama holds its Pro Day practice Wednesday, but one of the team’s projected early picks is not doing any work on the field.
Wide receiver Jameson Williams tore his ACL during the Crimson Tide’s national championship loss to the Georgia and he is only 10 weeks away from surgery to repair that injury, so it will be some time before he is ready to fully release to go on the field. Williams told NFL Media’s James Palmer that he’s busy”a lot of movementwhile working out in a pool and doing a little jogging while working his way back from the injury.
Williams also told Palmer that he plans to be ready to go when training camp starts this summer.
“That is what I shoot ahead‘ said Williams.
Williams said teams haven’t been overly concerned about his ability to make a full recovery during his encounters with them and that bodes well for his chances of becoming one of the board’s first wideouts at the end of April.