Look: Texas Quarterback Quinn Ewers Takes Big Step In His Recovery

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Quinn Ivers, starting quarterback in Texas, is already back on the field for the Longhorns after suffering a clavicle sprain on his left non-throwing shoulder.

The five-star transfer will not play for the Longhorns in tonight's match against UTSA,

But he was on the field with his team for a pregame workout.

Before this evening's game at Texas Memorial Stadium, Evers was tasked with throwing some light without a pad.

Here's a look at her progress:

This is great news for Longhorn.

The program initially announced a recovery period of 4-6 weeks for their star quarterback,

But now it looks like he may be well ahead of that schedule.

Ivers looked great for Longhorn before he was injured during the first quarter of last week's matchup against No. 1 Alabama.

Even in his absence, the Longhorns forced a final score of 20–19 in a close match.

Backup Hudson card took over for Evers in that loss to Crimson Tide

And he is expected to do the same tonight.

Tonight's game against UTSA starts at 8 p.m. ET.