Wide receiver prospect Jaelen Strong reportedly has a broken bone in his wrist and will likely need surgery.

By SI Wire
April 15, 2015

Wide receiver prospect Jaelen Strong has a broken bone in his wrist, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. 

Rapoport reports Strong will likely need surgery at some point, however Strong told CSN Philly that he will not need surgery. He said he sustained the injury in November while at Arizona State. 

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Strong is among the players headed for combine rechecks this weekend, according to Rapoport, as teams want an update on the bone in his wrist. 

In SI.com's latest mock draft, Strong was predicted to go in the second round at No. 47 to the Miami Dolphins. He is one of 26 prospects who will attend the upcoming NFL draft. 

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Strong had 82 catches for 1,165 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2014 for the Sun Devils. He was named to Sports Illustrated's 2014 All-American second team.

For his Arizona State career, Strong had nine hundred-yard receiving games, third-most in school history.

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