Alabama tight end Miller Forristall tore his ACL in Alabama’s 41-23 win over Colorado State, ending his season.
Since then, the sophomore has been rehabing his injury. He showed off his progress on Twitter on Wednesday.
RE-BUILT BY BAMA. Day 26. pic.twitter.com/wa1tY67X8V
— Miller Forristall (@mcforristall) October 18, 2017
Forristall was one of three tight ends slated to replace O.J. Howard, who now plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He finished with five catches for 73 yards in 2016 and had a single catch for 12 yards this season.
Irv Smith Jr. and Hale Hentges have been Alabama’s primary tight ends since Forristall’s injury. Smith has six catches for 26 yards, while Hentges has two catches for 26 yards, both of which were touchdowns.