University of Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook is participating in winter season conditioning exercises, a UW formal confirmed Tuesday.
Bucky’s 5th Quarter 1st reported the information, which will come immediately after Hornibrook’s extensive-expression future became unsure owing to a recurring head harm he suffered from through the second 50 % of previous season.
Hornibrook skipped 4 game titles and 50 % of an additional owing to the head harm and was cleared on two individual situations in advance of concussion signs or symptoms later on returned. UW coach Paul Chryst mentioned in December that Hornibrook observed a professional in Michigan throughout the season and that it was far too early at that issue to examine Hornibrook’s extensive-expression future.
A 3-12 months starter, Hornibrook enters his senior season as the Badgers’ most expert participant at the position, but his uneven enjoy in 2018 could guide UW to keep an open quarterback level of competition this offseason — just one that could involve junior Jack Coan, real freshman Graham Mertz or other folks.
Hornibrook concluded 59.5 % of his passes previous season for 1,532 yards with 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. In 5 game titles, Coan concluded 60.2 % with 515 yards, 5 touchdowns and 3 picks.