Paul VI guard Jeremy Roach is out for the season with torn ACL

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Paul VI will be sidelined for his entire junior season after tearing his right ACL during a scrimmage on Saturday, according to Washington Post’s reporter Samantha Pell.

Roach, who is rated a five-star by 247sports and ESPN, is expected to have surgery in December and recovery will be around nine months.

“Unfortunately I tore my ACL and will be out for the season,” Roach told 247sports. “I appreciate all the support and I will be back better than before.”

Roach is ranked the top point guard in the nation from the 2020 class, according to 247sports. Roach had a handful of offers, but he cut his list down to North Carolina, Kentucky, Duke and Villanova.

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