Report: OL prospect Andrew Vorhees tears ACL at Combine

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Southern Cal offensive lineman Andrew Vorhees, an All-American in 2022 who’s considered a top-100 NFL draft prospect, tore his ACL during drills at the Scouting Combine, NFL Network reported Monday.

A second OL prospect, Wanya Morris of Oklahoma, sustained a Grade 2 hamstring pull in his 40-yard dash, per NFL Network.

Vorhees suffered his injury Sunday but then came back Monday morning to do 38 reps in the 225-pound bench press with one leg on the ground, per the report. It’s reportedly a clean tear.

The injury occurred during position drills, per the report. Vorhees measured at 6-feet-6 and 310 pounds with 32 1/8 arm length.

Vorhees made 37 starts at USC over his four-year career, with 25 at right guard. The injury will likely erase his entire first season in the NFL.

Morris’ injury is a 3- to 4-week recovery, and it’s expected he’ll be ready for private workouts in April, per the report.

–Field Level Media

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