JT Daniels reveals advice to George Pickens on returning from ACL injury
Georgia quarterback JT Daniels knows a little something about injuries. Daniels injured his ACL in 2019 while he was at USC. Later, Daniels would transfer out of USC and land in Athens. So, when he offered some advice to his star wide receiver George Pickens about his injury, Pickens probably should listen.
Daniels said this according to Marc Weiszer, who covers the Bulldogs for the Athens Banner-Herald:
JT Daniels, who sustained an ACL injury at USC in 2019, has told WR George Pickens to “make sure you’re ready when you come back.” The UGA QB wants Pickens to “be back at full speed” when he returns. pic.twitter.com/5nSfdA84cz
— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) September 22, 2021
Pickens injured himself back in the spring and has been rehabbing ever since. There has been no word from either Georgia head coach Kirby Smart or Pickens himself as to when he is expected back with the team.
Pickens played a big part in the Georgia offense last season, catching 36 passes for 513 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Daniels also added:
— Seth Emerson (@SethWEmerson) September 22, 2021
Although the Bulldogs could use his services this season, the best thing Pickens can do is not have a setback from rehab.