Jake Fromm, the Georgia quarterback, suffered a small fracture in his non-throwing hand which according to ESPN occurred during a "freak boating accident". Reports also indicate that he will not miss any time and has already begun throwing again.
You may recall, back in may Fromm had another incident where he got a fishing hook stuck in his leg.
Can confirm that Georgia QB Jake Fromm suffered a broken bone in his left (non-throwing) hand this week in an accident on a boat. No official word yet, but given it’s not on his throwing hand, and it’s almost a month till practice begins, it may not be a big deal. Stay tuned.— Seth Emerson (@SethWEmerson) July 4, 2018
Kirby Smart is on record as calling the injury "insignificant" and that Fromm will not miss any summer workouts.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart confirmed to ESPN the UGASports report on QB Jake Fromm's injury and said it was a small fracture in Fromm's (left) non-throwing hand. Smart said Fromm was already throwing again and wouldn't miss any summer workouts.— Chris Low (@ClowESPN) July 4, 2018
Fromm was a true freshman starter as he led the Bulldogs to a National Championship appearance, and finished the year with 2,615 yards with 24 touchdowns against 7 interceptions. Who knew summer boating and fishing activities could be more dangerous than a full season of SEC College football?