Georgia’s Johnathan Taylor fractured his C5 and C6 vertebrae in a collision in the outfield against Florida State back on March 6th. An update was given on his condition on Thuesday, in which he remains paralyzed below the waist. The Atlanta Journal Constitution checked in states there are positives to the story. Like the fact that his medical expenses are going to be covered for the next 30 years, and the fact that he has progressed well enough over the last five weeks to be able to move his shoulders and arms as well as manually use a motorized wheelchair. Another positive part of the story, the Bulldogs have rallied and gone 15-8 since the injury, as well as the Jonathan Taylor Fund being established.
The full article from the Atlanta-Journal Constitution is available by clicking here.