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Head coach Ed Orgeron addressed the media on Monday and revealed that freshman defensive tackle Jacobian Guillory suffered a high ankle sprain in practice and could be ready in two weeks.

"He had a high ankle sprain during camp," Orgeron said.

"I talked with him today. He's been a little gimpy at practice. He's been around 60-70 percent. I do believe that he's working his way up. He'll be closer to full speed this week but it's going to take a little while. I think in about two weeks he will be ready to go."

"He's not in the top three of the depth chart because of his injury but he has shown that he has a promising future here."
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His time will come
Reply9 months
Get better big fella
Reply9 months
high ankle sprains typically take months to heal...
Reply9 months
Yeah, 2 weeks is a very optimistic recovery timeline.
9 months
Trust the coach. Hes there, knows his condition better, hears directly from medical, and has seen this 100 times. I trust coach.
9 months
O didn’t say when he sprained it, did he? The quote is “during camp,” so it could have already been a few weeks. Either way, glad Neil opted back in. And if Evans is doing as well as he reportedly is after moving to DT, there shouldn’t be any hurry to bring Guillory back until he’s completely healthy.
9 months
That's unfortunate, was one of the guys I was looking forward to checking out.
Reply9 months
Probably wasn't gonna see time first 5 games, this is a young team and they need to max their PT to be where they need to be to win it all.
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