McAllister undergoes successful knee surgery
After suffering a season-ending torn left ACL, VCU guard Jarren McAllister had successful reconstructive surgery Tuesday.
Rhoades said that VCU’s Dr. Seth Cheatham said the surgery went great. McAllister will be able to begin rehabbing in about three days.
Rhoades announced after last Wednesday’s game at Penn State that McAllister, a sophomore, would be out for the year due to the injury.
McAllister suffered the injury in practice early last week. He had missed the Rams’ first three games. The 6-4, 205-pounder from Wake Forest, N.C., averaged 2.7 points and 1.3 rebounds in 7.1 minutes per game over 16 appearances last season.