Former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence underwent surgical procedure on his left (non-throwing) shoulder Tuesday in California.
He took to social media after the process, writing in an Instagram story: “Surgical procedure went nice. Excited to rehab.”
Lawrence, extensively anticipated to be the No. 1 total choose by the Jacksonville Jaguars within the 2021 draft, can begin throwing in 4 to 6 weeks and is anticipated to be prepared for coaching camp, a supply advised ESPN’s Dan Graziano.
The process, carried out by Dr. Neal ElAttrache, was to restore harm to the labrum in his left shoulder.
Lawrence threw for NFL groups final Friday, shifting up his professional day due to the surgical procedure.
He measured 6-foot-5 5/eight and 213 kilos with 10-inch arms, 34½-inch arms, and a 78¼-inch wingspan.