Following a car accident on Monday, Arkansas cornerback Quincey McAdoo was taken to the hospital and is now in a stable condition, the team reported. According to reports, the sophomore, who started four games for the Razorbacks last season, had non-life-threatening injuries.
“Yesterday morning, Quincey McAdoo was involved in an automobile accident,” Arkansas said in a statement. “He was transported to Washington Regional Hospital, where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. He is in stable condition and recovering. Our sole focus now is supporting Quincey during his recovery.”
McAdoo, a three-star wide receiver candidate for Arkansas in the 2022 class, switched to the defensive side of the ball midway through the season, which allowed him to start games at cornerback.
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He accumulated 30 tackles, six pass breakups, two interceptions, and a sack over the season’s final five games. Due to an unspecified ailment, McAdoo missed five practices earlier this spring; however, he was able to practice again in time for Arkansas’ spring game.
According to 247Sports, Arkansas coach Sam Pittman said, “With the emergence of the new staff, I think he’s more comfortable staying where he was. I think there might have been a point where he might have wanted to move to offense, but he’s going to stay on defense because I think he feels like he can help the team, help himself, more over there.”
Arkansas’ exciting 55-53 Liberty Bowl victory against Kansas contributed to the Hogs’ 7-6 overall record in 2022. Before dropping three straight games, the Hogs started the season 3-0 with victories over Cincinnati, South Carolina, and FCS-Missouri State. Arkansas hosts Western Carolina to kick up the 2023 campaign.
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