Missouri coaches encouraging commit as he battles ACL surgery rehab
MARRERO, La. — Ca’Ron Baham tore his ACL in his team’s first game and will miss the rest of his senior season.
Baham, a 3-star Missouri commit from John Ehret High School, told the AJC’s SECCountry.com that Tigers coaches have encouraged him throughout this difficult time.
“Every week, I have received numerous letters just telling me to get well from each and every coach on the coaching staff,” Baham said. “The head coach, the wide receivers coach, they contact me about once or twice a week just telling me to get better, telling me to work hard and push myself in rehab and that’s what I’ve been doing.”
The 6-foot, 190-pound athlete was supposed to take an official visit to Arkansas with his teammate, Arkansas commit De’Jon Harris, but he will not take it anymore due to the injury.
In the video above, Baham answers the following questions:
1) Is he 100-percent committed to Missouri?
2) Are schools still recruiting him hard even though he’s committed?
3) Will he take any other visits as he heals his knee?