Kendell Beckwith gave a positive update regarding his situation.
Speaking to reporters at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ training camp, the young linebacker spoke about how he felt following his first padded practice just eight months after his ACL surgery.
Check out what the talented young player had to say below, courtesy of a clip from Nabors Media Group’s Mike Nabors on Monday.
“I feel good,” Beckwith said. “The main thing is keeping up the treatment on it. But so far, so good. It feels good.”
— Mike Nabors (@MikeNabors) July 31, 2017
That’s a great update if you’re a Bucs fan. Tampa Bay took Beckwith in the third round, 107th overall, in the 2017 NFL Draft. It will be fascinating to see how the former LSU player transitions to the NFL.
If he does well, Tampa Bay will be in great shape. The Bucs already have enjoyed contributions from another former LSU linebacker, Kwon Alexander.
Tampa Bay, which is led by quarterback Jameis Winston, is expected to contend for a playoff berth this season.