Torn mine playing baksetball with some of my players years ago. Hurt like hell when it happened, and have had kids tear it when they feel little if any pain. Think that back in the day, many more had them, did not know what the heck an ACL was as called it a trick knee. My tailback on my first state championship tore his the spring before his senior year. He went into be scoped, the Doctor came out, told us, and the mom said, don't fix it. He played his senior year on our 14-0 team at corner, then four years at Southern Miss on a torn ACL. I would not let him run the ball his senior year. Why so many ACLs, because it takes so little for it to happen. Seems like more are non contact that with contact. Last year in our Tennessee game they lost their best receiver and you could tell by the way he fell. Kids are so strong and so big compared to past years, I don't think the ligaments can keep pace. I remember way back when, when a guy led the city when he benched 250. Now we would call that guy a wide out. If DE has one, this is so sad. Lose Dubose, the JD and now this. Wow.