Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia wide receiver Justin Scott Wesley injured his right knee last week and is contemplating hanging up his football jersey for good, according to his Mitchell County High School coach Dondrial Pinkins.


Scott-Wesley told him Tuesday night he wants to see how the healing process goes.

“The vibe I got from him was that decision may have been out of frustration,” Pinkins said. “He’s in the process of talking (to trainers) about how he’s going to respond to the rehab. After that, he’ll see how he feels. If he’s able to play, he may play or he may just sit out. At this moment it’s all dependent on how his body feels.”
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Pavoloco83106 months
Get that degree bro.
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Hope he can pull through, but if not I wish him best of luck in the classroom.
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DByrd2106 months
Damn. Prayers to that man. Sucks to go through that.
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AmericusDawg106 months
DGD. Best wishes JSW!
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gwilging106 months
That stinks. I've always liked JSW.
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