Miami wide receiver Xavier Restrepo announced that he has completely recovered from a foot injury.

The announcement came on Restrepo’s Twitter page on Monday. This was a positive update for Miami after Restrepo missed several games for the Hurricanes during the season.

“I am officially 100% healed … Thank you Lord! Without you, I am nothing! Time to get back to work,” Restrepo said.

Restrepo played in the 1st 2 games of the season and then missed the next 5 games with the injury. Notably, the 1st game he was forced to miss was against Texas A&M on Sept. 17.

Restrepo managed to return for Miami’s 4-overtime win against Virginia on Oct. 29. He was able to play in 4 of the final 5 games of the season for Miami. In 6 games, Restrepo registered 21 catches for 240 yards and 2 touchdowns.

In the season finale against Pittsburgh, Restrepo hauled in 4 receptions, 22 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. Before he went down with his injury, he was one of Miami’s top receiving targets. His injury was a significant blow to Miami’s passing attack throughout the season.

Restrepo will look to have a comeback season in 2023.