Report: Incoming 4-star Ohio State WR suffers ACL tear, likely to miss entire freshman season
Former 4-star recruit Kamryn Babb missed his entire senior season in high school with a torn ACL.
However, the St. Louis native still impressed the Ohio State Buckeyes and signed with them as a member of the 2018 class.
Now, though, more bad news has struck for Babb, as it was reported on Tuesday that the wide receiver had torn his ACL in his other knee and would likely miss the entire 2018 season:
Ohio State WR Kamryn Babb suffered a torn ACL in offseason workouts, which in all likelihood ends the freshman's season. He missed his senior season of high school with the same injury, though in the opposite knee.
— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) July 24, 2018
Obviously, you never want to see a young player suffer an injury like that, especially two years in a row.
Hopefully, Babb takes a redshirt this year and comes back at full strength next year, when he’ll still have four years of college eligibility left.