3 costliest injuries from Texas football’s first fall scrimmage

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Isaiah Neyor, WR

The good news concerning the injury news this weekend from the scrimmage for the former Wyoming Cowboys redshirt sophomore transfer wide receiver Isaiah Neyor is that it doesn’t sound like it will be all that serious. It sounds like Neyor came up limping in the middle of this scrimmage, which caused him to leave the field.

Granted, we’ll hold out on final judgment on this until the news of the MRI results come out for Neyor at some point in the next couple of days.

And it doesn’t look like Neyor was able to return for the rest of the scrimmage on Aug. 13. Similar to the situation with Angilau’s apparent lower-body injury coming out of the scrimmage, it just wouldn’t make much sense for the Texas staff to risk further injury to Neyor.

It will be interesting to see what Sark has to say about Neyor’s injury and how they will plan on treating his situation moving forward in fall practice. Texas needs Neyor to help lift this passing game this fall.

Texas and new wide receivers coach/passing game coordinator Brennan Marion have a tremendously potent projected starting trio of wideouts this fall in star sophomore Xavier Worthy, redshirt junior Jordan Whittington, and Neyor.

But it’s still never good to have one of your most impactful new additions getting injured just a few weeks before the regular season kicks off.

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More good news about Neyor in this first fall scrimmage is that he was apparently looking solid before suffering this non-contact injury. As long as Neyor is able to come out of this scary injury situation from the first fall scrimmage without anything too consequential, this should just be a blip on the road as he readies up for his first game wearing the burnt orange in a few weeks.