Moya to miss spring practice

UCLA’S RYAN MOYA TO MISS SPRING PRACTICE;
EXPECTED TO BE READY FOR FALL CAMP

UCLA redshirt senior tight end Ryan Moya will miss Spring Practice after undergoing two arthroscopic surgeries at UCLA on Wednesday (March 18). The first procedure was to repair torn medial meniscus in his right knee. The second was to clean out scar tissue in his right Achilles tendon. The time period for a full recovery is expected to be four months. At this time, it is anticipated he will be ready for Fall camp in early August. Moya earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors last season, making 38 receptions for 364 yards and a team-high three touchdown catches. Bruin tight ends who will participate in Spring drills include redshirt senior Logan Paulsen, sophomore Cory Harkey, redshirt junior Jeff Miller and true freshman Morrell Presley.

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  • BruinJigs

    I am assuming he did not tear his meniscus yesterday. I just wonder why surgery was put off until now.

    Any case, no matter when he had the surgery, he would have missed spring practice, so if in fact he is in full effect for fall camp, no harm will be done.