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    Jalen McMillan Injury: What We Know About the Washington WR

    Washington Huskies WR Jalen McMillan went down with an apparent left leg injury in the first half against Michigan State. We have the latest updates here.

    Washington WR Jalen McMillan suffered an apparent lower body injury in the first half of the Huskies’ Week 3 contest against the Michigan State Spartans. McMillan, a junior, is a potential early-round receiver prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft.

    After catching a 39-yard pass from quarterback Michael Penix Jr., McMillan’s left leg appeared to get caught underneath him. McMillan appeared to grab his left knee and could not put weight on the leg as he was helped off the field.

    McMillan, 6’1″ and 192 pounds, produced 79 receptions for 1,098 yards and nine touchdowns in 2022. He’s a top 100 player on our overall big board for next year’s draft class.

    Before the injury, McMillan caught four passes for 96 yards.

    Update: Washington head coach Kalen DeBoer told The Seattle Times’ Mike Vorel that McMillan’s injury is nothing serious, noting, “He’ll be good for next week.”

    Ian Valentino is a Fantasy and Betting Analyst for Pro Football Network. You can read all of Ian’s work here and follow him on Twitter: @NFLFilmStudy.

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