Georgia freshman cornerback Divaad Wilson was injured during spring practice two weeks ago, an injury that coach Kirby Smart labeled as a “lower extremity” one, according to DawgNation’s Seth Emerson.
While Wilson may already be injured early in his college career, he certainly isn’t letting it affect his spirits.
On Sunday afternoon, Wilson shared a funny video of him dancing during his injury rehab — and the freshman certainly has some nice moves.
Watch for yourself below:
When You Injured And Hear A New Dancing Song 😂💯 pic.twitter.com/LflOPE3VND
— Divaad "Newt" Wilson #LLP (@NikemanNewt) April 8, 2018
Wilson’s injury was later disclosed to be to his right knee, and while that may sound serious, Smart didn’t rule out Wilson playing at some point in the 2018 season.
“We still think he’s going to be able to play this year. It’s not a matter of being out,” Smart said, per Emerson. “There’s a lot of guys that come back from that and are able to play. He’s a bright kid, a really hard-working kid, and we think he’ll heal fast.”