Nov 23, 2013; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray (11) leaves the field injured against the Kentucky Wildcats during the second quarter at Sanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Aaron Murray making incredible strides in rehab from ACL surgery (Video)

Aaron Murray won’t be able to work out at this week’s NFL combine, but the former Georgia Bulldogs record breaking quarterback continues to make amazing strides in his comeback from ACL surgery in this video posted to his Instagram account.

The video shows Murray running, jumping and showing no signs of hesitation with the surgically repaired left knee.

Murray tore the ACL in Georgia’s win over the Kentucky Wildcats on Nov. 23 and had surgery to repair the ligament shortly thereafter. Murray has already said he will workout for NFL teams during Georgia’s pro day later this spring in an attempt to improve his draft stock.

The SEC’s all-time leading passer and leader in touchdowns was viewed as a mid-to-late round pick prior to the injury, so his stock took a hit when he injured the knee.

However, if his recovery continues to progress at an accelerated rate, maybe he sees a boost in stock and gets drafted earlier than anticipated if teams think he can contribute in 2014.

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