Mississippi State safety Brandon Bryant underwent minor wrist surgery Thursday for a nagging injury and is expected to be ready for fall camp.
Bryant tweeted about his impending surgery Wednesday night, then provided an update Thursday evening.
Surgery in the morning ?.. Pray for me ??
— Brandon Bryant (@blb1_era) April 21, 2016
Surgery went good ??? pic.twitter.com/31waEFAN1F
— Brandon Bryant (@blb1_era) April 22, 2016
The surgery was needed to “clean” out the wrist, according to Mississippi State. It certainly didn’t hamper his performances during the spring. He had three interceptions in the Bulldogs’ first scrimmage, according to The Clarion- Ledger’s Michael Bonner, and on Tuesday he turned in a program-best time of 4.24 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
Just broke my last year 40 time 4.25 , clocked a 4.24 today on 1 attempt ? #GodSpeed
— Brandon Bryant (@blb1_era) April 19, 2016
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said last weekend that he expects a fully healthy squad when camp opens in late summer.