WATCH: 5-star Georgia QB signee Justin Fields throws in public for first time since finger injury


justin-fields-throwing-finger-georgia

The positive news just keeps coming for Georgia.

Less than 24 hours after the Bulldogs hoisted the Rose Bowl trophy, they got another sigh of relief.

5-star quarterback commitment Justin Fields, Georgia’s prized recruit under center in the 2018 class, threw for the first time in public Tuesday in quite awhile.

Fields broke his right index finger on his throwing hand two months ago.

Well, he looks quite healthy in this video. Fields made it look easy during the American Family Skills Challenge at the Under Armour All-America game.

He’s able to step into the throw and looks to realeaseit without any hestitation. If the verbal reaction of onlookers is any indication, the throws themselves looked quite good as well.

Fields signed with Georgia during the early signing period in December.

The post WATCH: 5-star Georgia QB signee Justin Fields throws in public for first time since finger injury appeared first on DawgNation.


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Sports

Dabo Swinney foreshadows best is yet to come for Clemson
Dabo Swinney foreshadows best is yet to come for Clemson

When you’re the Clemson Tigers and you’ve made three straight College Football Playoff appearances, including two national title trips and one national championship, it’s hard to imagine things can get much better. However, Dabo Swinney certainly thinks that it can and with good reason. The Clemson program...
Hawks to continue rebuild without Mike Budenholzer
Hawks to continue rebuild without Mike Budenholzer

Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer spent two weeks looking for another job. Eventually, general manager Travis Schlenk said he and Budenholzer decided that he won’t keep his current position.  Schlenk said it was a mutual decision to end Budenholzer’s five-year tenure as Hawks coach, a move that came on Wednesday night. The move came after...
The hype for Ronald Acuna Jr. was immense. We’re seeing why
The hype for Ronald Acuna Jr. was immense. We’re seeing why
Ronald Acuna Jr. made an out today. One of his hits – he had three – was an infield single. Another was a bloop double. The other was a home run, and even that was a cheapie. It only landed in the upper deck of Great American Ball Park. Have to say I expected more.  Yes. I’m kidding.  What can I say? What can anybody say?...
Dachon Burke commits to Nebraska basketball: Huskers reportedly land Robert Morris transfer
Dachon Burke commits to Nebraska basketball: Huskers reportedly land Robert Morris transfer

Dachon Burke, a transfer from Robert Morris, is joining Nebraska’s basketball program, according to Robin Washut of HuskerOnline. Burke will have to sit out the 2018-19 season due to NCAA rules but will have two years of eligibility with Tim Miles’ program. Burke is capable of scoring in bunches. The 6-foot-4 guard averaged 17.6 points...
Photos: All in fun, Braves shun Acuna after home run
Photos: All in fun, Braves shun Acuna after home run

Ronald Acuna has played two games in the majors and he’s already impressing everyone. Well, except his teammates who did not offer him high-fives in the dugout after his towering shot against the Reds Thursday. It was all in fun of course, sort of a baseball tradition that playfully sends a message that a new guy’s accomplishment is...
More Stories