Sheller update

I spoke to injured UCLA offensive tackle Sean Sheller, who is recovering from a torn ACL and a torn MCL, as well as some nasty abrasions to his ankle, as a result of the off-road vehicle accident he had last month, and he said rehab was going well.
Sheller said his goal is to be ready by spring ball, and that he didn’t believe the injuries he sustained were career-threatening.
As for gaining a sixth year of eligibility, that is a decision for the future. He cannot apply for it until after his fifth year, and since he will be a red-shirt sophomore this season, he has plenty of time to decide on a possible sixth year.
One thing working in his favor, though, is he missed practice most of his freshman season because of a knee injury.

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  • VB

    Oh My G- ……. pffff…. ahem…. errr… I’m not saying anything. All the Sheller apologists will crucify me.