Tennessee quarterback commit Jarrett Guarantano sustained a season-ending injury, according to Patrick Lanni of NJ.com.
Guarantano, a 4-star prospect from Bergen Catholic (N.J.), suffered an injury to a ligament in his foot.
“He’s been the best player in the state right now, and to have this happen really (stinks),” Guarantano’s coach Nunzio Campanile said. “He’s a good kid, he’s worked really hard and he deserves better than that.”
The nation’s No. 1 dual-threat quarterback was having a terrific senior season before the injury. He completed 75 percent of his passes, had 1,268 yards and nine touchdowns to two interceptions. He also added six touchdowns on the ground.
Last season, Guarantano sustained a season-ending wrist injury.