Clemson receiver Adam Randall suffered a torn ACL in a recent spring practice, the program announced on Monday afternoon.

Coach Dabo Swinney said the injury occurred on Friday.

“Adam sustained a knee injury in practice on Friday,” Swinney said in a statement. “He is expected to undergo surgery to repair a torn ACL later this week, after which time I know he will begin attacking his rehab. Adam has had a tremendous spring, and we look forward to having him back on the field once he has returned to full health.”

Randall was one of Clemson’s top recruits in the class of 2022. A 4-star prospect, he was ranked as the No. 17 receiver in the country according to 247Sports Composite rankings.

Despite being a true freshman, Randall was expected to help the Tigers’ offense this upcoming season. As Swinney noted, Randall was having a great first spring on campus and could have cracked Clemson’s receiver rotation.

Notably, Swinney’s statement did not say that Randle is out for the season. It’s possible he could rehab in time to make it back for the tail end of Clemson’s 2022 campaign. The ACC title game on Dec. 3 is just over 8 months away.

Clemson’s spring game is on April 9.