TCU four-star quarterback recruit Justin Rogers, who suffered a dislocated knee in his high school game Friday night, is resting at home and in good spirits.
But his video game skills might need some work.
His father, Cameron Rogers, poked a bit of fun at him in a Facebook post Sunday that said Justin has been losing Madden 18 games to his older brother.
“I can’t play Madden 18 at all, but I’m starting to feel confident I may be able to give him a run for his money,” dad’s post read.
Friends reacted with likes and well-wishes in the comments.
Another post showed Justin in bed with crutches, wearing a “JG1” hat for his Twitter handle.
In earlier posts, the elder Rogers said the injury was a dislocated knee and that the family was awaiting the results of an MRI to see if there was additional damage.
“He is in good spirits and God is doing a healing miracle as we speak,” a post late Friday night read.
Rogers, of Bossier City (La.) Parkway, committed to TCU in May after also being heavily recruited by LSU. He is at the top of a 17-member 2018 recruiting class for the Horned Frogs.