Quincey McAdoo among three whose Arkansas football career is over, per report

Arkansas cornerback Quincey McAdoo was one of three Razorbacks players to be granted a medical hardship for the 2024 season.

McAdoo played one season at Arkansas before a car wreck left him with a vetebral injury, one significant enough it remains unclear whether he will ever play football again. Earlier this month, however, McAdoo posted to X photographs of him working out in hopes of resuming his football career. Then on Wednesday, he posted saying no one should count him out.

McAdoo didn’t refute the medical hardship nor confirm it.

If it happens, it won’t at Arkansas. A medical hardship leaves players who take one on scholarship, but the player is not allowed to play again for the school at which he or she took the hardship. The player can ultimately transfer to another school and play again, making the hardship, at that point, moot.

Joining McAdoo with hardships were offensive linemen Eli Henderson and Terry Wells. None of the three players will count against Arkansas’ 85-man scholarship roster.

McAdoo enrolled at Arkansas from Clarendon as a wide receiver, but struggled to find playing time. He asked coach Sam Pittman to move to cornerback about halfway through the year, where he shined, ultimately earning All-Freshman honors in the SEC. McAdoo missed the entire 2023 season because of his subsequent injury.

Story originally appeared on Razorbacks Wire