Mitch Wilcox is not a happy man today.
During the :gauntlet drill” on Thursday, the USF tight end started the drill by catching a pass from his left but then ran straight ahead looking to his left for the next pass, only to turn to his right and get blasted right in the face.
“Rough day at the office for sure,” Wilcox tweeted Thursday night.
“Couldn’t see well out of my left eye and was disoriented after that ball. I’ll bounce back.”
It was rough indeed, because Wilcox popped a blood vessel in his left eye, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.
In four seasons at USF, Wilcox caught 100 passes for 1,326 yards and 11 touchdowns.