HE WAS ONE OF THE most touted members of Washington State's 2006 football recruiting class. A three…
Never-started careers of OL, RB likely over
While participation this season is out, barring something unexpected, the forecast for a return at any time is also dim.
"Skylar Jessen and Grady Maxwell will not be able to continue with football at this time due to chronic injury," said Bill Drake, head of athletic training services at Washington State.
The 6-2, 309-pound Maxwell, from Curtis High, arrived at Washington State unable to fully participate in his first fall camp at in '06 and has practiced sparingly ever since.
Jessen first strained his hamstring his senior year in high school and then tore it 12 months ago in spring ball. He has not practiced since. For more on Jessen's odyssey, see this article.
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