Reports: Georgia senior WR leaves practice with knee injury
Justin Scott-Wesley, a senior wideout at Georgia expected to be in the rotation this season, left Monday’s practice with a non-contact knee injury during the early media viewing session, according to various reports.
Scott-Wesley underwent arthroscopic knee surgery earlier this summer for a torn meniscus. He suffered a season-ending torn ACL during the 2013 campaign and was limited last fall with an ankle injury.
Justin Scott-Wesley hurt his right knee during practice. Was coming out of a route and went down untouched
— Connor Riley (@Kconnorriley) August 17, 2015
While media was just viewing, Justin Scott-Wesley went down with whats looks like it COULD BE (key words) a serious knee injury. #UGA
— Logan Booker (@LoganMBooker) August 17, 2015
UGA WR Justin Scott-Wesley slipped running route in practice. Left field with apparent right knee injury.
— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) August 17, 2015
Justin Scott-Wesley appeared injured on a route during practice. Was seen leaving practice. #UGA
— Jason Butt (@JasonHButt) August 17, 2015
We’ll update this story when more news becomes available.
Here’s the video from the injury: