Auburn WR Will Hastings discusses limited workload during fall camp
Back in 2017, Auburn WR Will Hastings showed what he can do at the position, recording 26 catches for 525 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Last year, unfortunately, he suffered a torn ACL that ended his 2018 campaign before it could even get started.
As he enters the 2019 season, he’s been working on a limited basis during fall camp. On Wednesday, he said he’s not worried about the lighter workload:
Auburn WR Will Hastings said he's "really not worried" at all about his knee going into the season. Said him being limited in practices during fall camp was just the team "being smart" with him coming off two knee surgeries. He feels like he's back to his old self.
— Josh Vitale (@JoshVitale) August 22, 2019
The Tigers will likely continue to pick their spots with Hastings until Week 1 rolls around. With guys like Anthony Schwartz dealing with injuries, Hastings will be a full-go in Week 1, as long as he stays healthy.
Hopefully, this is the year we’ll get to see what he can do.