Arkansas defensive back Quincey McAdoo hospitalized after car wreck

Arkansas cornerback Quincey McAdoo was hospitalized after a car wreck on Monday morning, the athletic department said in a statement.

The rising sophomore was taken to Washington Regional Hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. As of the time of the release, noon Tuesday, McAdoo was in stable condition. No other details were given.

McAdoo’s status for football in the fall is unclear.

A Clarendon native, McAdoo was recruited as a wide receiver and spent two-thirds of the season at that position. He broke on to the season after moving to cornerback. McAdoo recorded 30 tackles, 2 interceptions and a sack in just five games.

McAdoo is the fourth Arkansas player to be involved in a car wreck in the last year. Former tight end Trey Knox and former wide receiver Jaqualyn Crawford were invovled in wrecks last year and wide receiver Jaedon Wilson was involved in one earlier this spring.

Story originally appeared on Razorbacks Wire