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Two Rebels Find Top-10 After Day One At Rain-Shortened Old Waverly

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Wrist Injury Ends Kelly’s Pro Day Early

Chad Kelly leaves Pro Day with wrist injury, photo by Steven Gagliano

Without an invite to the NFL combine, today’s Pro Day was supposed to be NFL scouts first look at former Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly after suffering a torn ACL in November. Sporting a bulky knee brace, Kelly warmed up during the position drill segment of the Pro Day and began throwing to receivers. After 12 or so throws, Kelly stopped and had his wrist examined and was eventually walked off the field.
Afterward, Kelly met the media and said that he re-aggravated his wrist after initially injuring it last week while training.
“I tried pushing through it this whole week, felt good, then kind of threw one and turned my wrist over pretty hard. It felt weird, then I threw one in the flat and just didn’t fell the same, so the guys decided to call it quits for the day,” Kelly said.
To read the rest of this article on Chad Kelly by Steven Gagliano click here.

Two Rebels Find Top-10 After Day One At Rain-Shortened Old Waverly

Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics.

Sophomore Braden Thornberry and senior Ben Wolcott both posted under par rounds in the 60s Monday to find the top 10 headed into the final round of the weather-shortened Old Waverly Collegiate Championship.
Thornberry fired an opening 3-under par 69, while Wolcott carded a 2-under 70 at Old Waverly Golf Club, which was shortened from a three round event to due to weather. Thornberry rolled in five birdies to finish 2-under on the front nine and posted a 1-under on the back nine. The Olive Branch, Mississippi native is tied for third with four individuals heading into tomorrowfinal round. Wolcott got off to a hot start with birdies in three of his first four holes and finished the day tied for ninth overall with 18 holes to go.
Ole Miss is in seventh place with a team score of 5-over 291, ahead of last year’s champion McNeese State by two strokes after what was nearly a 7-hour round. The Rebels trail leaders South Florida and Kennesaw State by eight strokes.
Sophomore Josh Seiple got into a groove at the turn, posting birdies on holes No. 8, 9 and 10 and fired his fourth birdie of the day on the 526 yard, par-5 hole No. 15 after a nice out from the bunker to finish with a 3-over par 75. Senior Noah West fired a 1-under on the front nine and ended the first round with a 5-over 77, while junior Kerry Sweeney posted two birdies on the front nine and finished at 7-over par.
The Rebels tee off the final round tomorrow morning at 8:30 AM. For all Ole Miss Men’s golf news and information, follow the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissMGolf, on Instagram at OleMissMGolf and on Facebook at facebook.com/OleMissMGolf. Fans can also follow head coach Chris Malloy on Twitter @CoachMalloy12.
Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports

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