Senior Bowl 2014: Fear is Aaron Colvin suffered torn ACL

Oct 13, 2012; Dallas, TX, USA; Oklahoma Sooner cornerback Aaron Colvin (14) celebrates with the golden hat trophy after the game against the Texas Longhorns during the red river rivalry at the Cotton Bowl. The Sooners beat the Longhorns 63-21. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Oklahoma Sooners cornerback Aaron Colvin was one of the many athletes competing in Mobile, Alabama this week at the 2014 Reese’s Senior Bowl. Unfortunately, Colvin’s week came to an end early due to an injury.

Colvin injured his name during the South squad’s practice on Tuesday afternoon, before leaving the field with ice wrapped around his knee.

According to Matt Miller of Bleacher Report, the fear is that Colvin may have suffered a torn ACL.

That would obviously be crushing news for the Oklahoma corner so close to the draft.

Prior to heading to Mobile, Colvin was believed to be a second-round prospect. He will obviously slide down draft boards if the torn ACL proves to be the injury he suffered.

People question why some prospects choose to pass on the Senior Bowl, but Colvin’s injury shows us why.

Topics: 2014 NFL Draft, Aaron Colvin, NFL Draft, Senior Bowl

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