The former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been medically cleared for all football activities and is ready to compete without restrictions according to the president of Steinberg Sports and Entertainment, Chris Cabbott. Tagovailoa recently put out a video doing pocket drills that was lauded by experts and analysts.

Tagovailoa was originally supposed to hold a pro-day on April 9 but that will not go on as scheduled due to the travel restrictions on NFL teams put in place to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. He dislocated and fractured his hip when playing against Mississippi State on November 16.

The highly sought after quarterback told NFL.com's Steve Wyche that he felt he's 100% and that he's game ready.

Tagovailoa's draft projection has been all over the top-10 to various locations. The draft is scheduled for April 23-25. Tagovailoa won a national championship, the Maxwell and Walter Camp award, one SEC Championship and finished second in Heisman trophy voting in 2018. He threw for 7,442 yards and 87 touchdowns in his career at the Capstone.

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