Georgia fresh quarterback surgery DWan Mathis performed emergency surgery at Piedmont Hospital in Athens on Thursday to remove a bladder on his brain.
Mathis, an early enrollee from Romulus, Mich, suffered serious sinus pain due to climate change, according to his father, Terence Mathis. The sinus issue put into the bladder.
“I want everyone to know that my son is okay and that he will be better than ever because of a coaching team (Kirby) Smart and a Georgia Medical University,” said Terence Mathis with DawgNation Thursday night.
“The procedure has been a great success today and I would like to thank the Smart coach and Georgia for all their treatment with my son and my family. Coach (James) Coley is now at the hospital with my son. ”
Math Mathis in Thursday night ICU was a precaution, Terence Mathis said.
There will be a follow-up procedure, but Terence Mathis understands that it is more routine.
“There's a mother, aunt and steamy Poem down in Georgia on her side,” said Terence Mathis. “Help us to pray for a quick recovery. It's not about football now, it's about the DawgNation Family we have in Athens. ”
Mathis, who attended High Park (Mich.) High School, was a former undertaking at Ohio State who signed with Georgia in December.
Mathis finished 15 out of her 28-yard effort in the UGA G-Day spring game. He also provided one of the biggest highlights in the spring for the Bulldogs when he passed a reverse pass for a 39 yard landing from a colleague Matt Landers.
The 4-star recruit ranks as a pre-style prospect No. 11 the country's previous cycle for the 247Sports Composite ratings. That is left to be recruited overall No. 311 of the nation.
Mathis's status is certainly approaching pre-season drills.
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