No. 20 Virginia made a trip to Miami (FL) on Friday night to take on the Hurricanes, and unfortunately lost probably the best player late in the second quarter of the activity. Star cornerback Bryce Hall, a preseason All-American by a few outlets including CBS Sports, endured a horrifying leg damage and was hauled away the field.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pounder from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, had his leg moved up while obstructing on a punt return and promptly went down in agony. His mentors, partners and restorative staff raced to his side and put his leg in an aircast and put a towel on top. The commentators on ESPN’s communicated said that they would not be demonstrating the damage in the wake of broadcasting an underlying point.
Players from the two teams hurried to Hall’s side to wish him well as he left the field to get further medical evaluation. He sat up and warmly greeted about each player from the two teams before leaving the field.
It’s an overwhelming hit to a Cavaliers team that still has any expectations of winning the ACC Coastal and getting a shot to guarantee its first conference title since development. The senior had two capture attempts and 62 handles last season. He came back to Charlottesville in the wake of being anticipated to be a high draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Lobby is as of now positioned No. 6 by and large in the CBS Sports 2020 NFL Draft prospect rankings.
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