Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams was considered the top wideout in the 2022 NFL draft before tearing his ACL in the national championship in January. It’s expected Williams will miss most of the 2022 season as he rehabs his knee, which has put his first-round status very much in doubt.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter shared a video of Williams doing some rehab work Wednesday. It certainly appears like he’s on track to make a full recovery sooner than later.
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 here he is last week, continuing to progress, with the expectation being that he’ll be running by the draft, per @Alliance_Sports. pic.twitter.com/Z4cP9J1mbR
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 30, 2022