A Tennessee high school football player who suffered a head injury that required emergency surgery had movement in his arms Saturday, his father wrote in an update posted on Twitter.
Baylor Bramble, a junior cornerback from Seigel High in Murfreesboro, was airlifted to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center after being injured in the Oct. 23 game and has been listed in critical condition in the trauma unit.
David Bramble said an MRI is scheduled for early Sunday and asked supporters to “please pray specifically for a change from the 1st MRI.”
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David Bramble is an assistant pastor at Northside Baptist in Mufreesboro and the church website has set up a page for updates on Baylor condition.
Coach Greg Wyant has said Bramble “came off the field in the fourth quarter and told me his head hurt. It went downhill from there.”
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The school held a prayer vigil for Bramble last weekend and messages of support and prayer continue to flow in for all quarters, including Atlanta Falcons tight end Jacob Tamme.