Florida State coach Mike Norvell shared some reassuring news with respect to the advancement of quarterback Chubba Purdy.
The freshman signal caller suffered a wrecked collarbone during FSU’s first preseason scrimmage a month ago. He at that point went through a second method to clean up a contamination prior this month, as per a report from azsports360.com.
The initial prognosis, in view of an social media post from Purdy’s mom, was around a month and a half. The injury happened a month back, and it seems as though Purdy’s recuperation is working out positively as per Norvell.
“Excited that I think Chubba is going to be back here soon,” Norvell said Tuesday. “That’s coming along really well as well.”
Purdy was pushing to be FSU’s essential backup behind quarterback James Blackman prior to his injury.
The time lost will be a factor in deciding if the previous four-star quarterback from Gilbert, Ariz. can compete for important reps this season. Purdy missing live reps for beyond what a month could augment his expectation to absorb information given that he’s been nearby just since the summer, so’s a dynamic Norvell will screen when Purdy returns to practicing.
“That’s going to be something that we continue to work on and develop him,” Norvell said. “I think every guy who’s playing quarterback in this offense has potential to be able to execute and play at a high level. The best guy will play. Going through fall camp, where we are, I’m excited about the development I’ve seen from all of them. Obviously with Chubba missing some time, he’s going to have to get those real-life reps in practice and continue to get caught up with the speed of the game.”