Andrew Vorhees is not letting his current situation get him down.
The former USC Trojans offensive lineman’s rookie campaign is already over and he hasn’t been selected by a team in the NFL draft yet. That is because he tore his ACL at the NFL combine.
Instead of feeling sorry for himself and sitting on the sidelines, the 6-foot-6-inch, 310-pound offensive guard put on a brace, hobbled to the testing area on crutches, and showed off his strength in the bench press.
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Vorhees pumped out 38 fair reps of a 225-pound barbell. The next closest had 34.
NFL.com projected him to be an eventual starter in the league, but his torn ACL and the long recovery ahead may hurt his status in April’s NFL Draft. Vorhees was projected by ESPN’s Todd McShay to be drafted somewhere around the fourth round.
Hopefully, he can recover and be 100% for a chance to earn a job in 2024.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.