MRI negative for Ricky Seals-Jones 

September, 10, 2012
9/10/12
2:53
PM ET
Ricky Seals-Jones (Sealy, Texas/Sealy), the nation’s top-rated receiver, received some good news on Monday regarding his injured knee.

Seals-Jones said an MRI revealed no major structural damage after he suffered a dislocated left kneecap in Thursday’s game against Houston St. Pius X. Seals-Jones, No. 10 on the ESPN 150 list, is expected to miss 6-8 weeks, which could mean a return to the football field during the final weeks of Sealy’s district season.

A high four-star athlete, Seals-Jones first took to Twitter Friday morning to thank all who had shown their concern.

To continue reading this article you must be an Insider

TAMU Asst. Tops Recruiter Power Rankings
With already more than 100 ranked prospects committed, assistant coaches nationwide have been hard at work on the recruiting trail. National recruiting reporter Jeremy Crabtree joins Phil Murphy to rank the best among them.Tags: B.J. Anderson, Texas A&M Aggies, Jeremy Pruitt, Georgia Bulldogs, ESPN 300, RecruitingNation, high school football recruiting, Phil Murphy, Jeremy Crabtree
VIDEO PLAYLIST video