No. 1 wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones was taken off the field after an apparent knee injury on Thursday.
No. 1 wide receiver in the class of 2013 Ricky Seals-Jones was taken off the field with an apparent knee injury on Thursday night. Seals-Jones is listed as a five-star recruit by Scout.com, while Rivals and ESPN both have him at four stars. The sought-after prospect had been dealing with cramps during the game, but went down holding his knee late in the game. He was once committed to Texas, but opened his recruitment back up, though the Longhorns are still in the mix.
After staying on the turf for some time, trainers brought out an air cast and stretcher to take him off the field. Our own Wescott Eberts was watching and said the injury didn't look good on first glance.
RSJ tweaked knee on the tackle, immediately grabbed it. The way it torqued, raises concerns about ACL.— Wescott Eberts (@SBN_Wescott) September 7, 2012
Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin was also in attendance, and he brought a maroon helicopter.
No word on the extent of Seals-Jones' injury, but we'll be back with an update when there's more.