On second thought, never mind.
Limited by offseason ankle surgery, USC wide receiver Robert Woods has been watching the Trojans practice for the first week or so on the sidelines. However, it was thought that maybe, possibly, Woods could make a return to practice once the team regrouped today after spring break.
Unfortunately, that won’t be the case, as Woods will instead be spending the rest of that time recovering. According to a report from Orange County Register reporter Michael Lev, an MRI revealed Woods has lingering inflammation in his surgically repaired ankle that will keep him out through the Trojans’ spring game next month.
The junior-to-be should be a go for fall camp, however.
Despite the ankle injury, Woods was an absolute force last season with 111 receptions — a school single-season record — and 15 touchdowns.