Sam Register isn’t out on the field running plays with the Navarre Raiders just yet, but he is running routes and that’s a good sign for the senior wide receiver. Register tore his ACL and suffered a slight tear to his meniscus in the state semifinal game against Lake Gibson last December.
“It’s not easy, but it’s all about having the right mindset,” Register said. “You have to want to get better and just keep working at it.”
Putting in the work hasn’t been an issue for Register, who finished last season with eight catches for 119 yards and a touchdown. Not only does he work out with the team but he also works out with former Navarre quarterback Caine Adamson.
“I’m out here every day and couldn’t get better without my teammates,” Register said. “I also go over to the base and throw with Caine. We’re working a lot on my routes to get those crisp again.”
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