ESPN—November 6, 2014
Josh Sweat, the No. 5 ranked prospect in the 2015 ESPN 300, plans to announce his decision the first week in December at Oscar Frommel Smith High in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Sweat originally had the Oregon Ducks in his final five, but following his knee injury Sept. 19 and subsequent surgery, he was forced to reschedule his visit dates.
Sweat is currently rehabbing his injured knee following surgery Oct. 7 in New York performed by New York Giants team physician Russell Warren. Sweat and family drove from Virginia to New York on Oct. 6 where he was examined by Dr. Warren at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan. In the days following the surgery, the procedure was deemed very successful according to Josh's uncle, Kenny Sweat.
Sweat's daily rehab consists of twice a day physical therapy as well as working with the trainer at Oscar Frommel Smith High. The initial reports after the surgery had Sweat being able to resume running in five months (February), and that remains the same with Sweat healing ahead of schedule.
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