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Injured LSU wide receiver Travin Dural was available to the media on Tuesday for the first time all spring and had some good news about his recovery.

Dural, who suffered a torn hamstring last season in his right left leg which required surgery and four months of rehab, said the injury was the most pain he has ever felt. Per

"It was very painful, probably the most pain I've ever been in," said the Breaux Bridge native. :After surgery I was on crutches for a while. Down on my luck for a while but eventually the pain started to go away and I could walk again.

"Most of the time it was sitting back and letting it heal. When I started walking it was getting my hamstring strong again. It was a long healing process but it didn't seem like it took that long."
Dural has spent the entire spring working out with trainers while his other teammates participate in normal practice drills and scrimmages. He said that he is nearly at 100 percent and will be ready to go come June.

"I could run and cut and jump again like I was before," he said. "Everything is pretty much good to go. I have to get it back strong again but I would say I'm 100 percent. In June I'll be full blown working on everything, every part of my body.
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