Louisiana-Lafayette WR Michael Jefferson Car Accident – Right now, when we are just around two weeks away from the commencement of the 2023 NFL Draft, the worst conceivable time for any of this year’s prospects to suffer an injury, much less a catastrophic one, is right now. Michael Jefferson, a wide receiver at Louisiana-Lafayette, is now in a position where he is forced to deal with the unpleasant circumstances described above.
On Sunday in Mobile, Alabama, Jefferson was reportedly one of the drivers engaged in a crash that included many automobiles, as reported by an article on ESPN that referenced Jefferson’s agency. As a consequence of the incident, Jefferson acquired wounds, and in order to properly treat them, he will need a number of surgical procedures.
Jefferson measured 6-foot-4 and weighed 199 pounds at the time of the NFL Scouting Combine. His height was the same. He was able to complete the 40-yard dash in 4.56 seconds and his vertical leap was 37 inches. He has established himself as a potential for selection on Day 3 of the draft as a result of his athletic tests as well as his senior season, during which he caught 51 passes, piled up 810 receiving yards, and seven receiving touchdowns.
In addition, he scored seven receiving touchdowns. Jefferson picked up a grand total of 29 touchdowns during the course of his playing career at the NCAA level.