Former Michigan DT Mo Hurst was diagnosed with a heart condition on March 3 that forced him to miss the NFL Combine.
Following that news, there was a fear that the All-American wouldn’t return to football.
According to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Hurst met with University of Michigan and Harvard cardiologists. Both cleared Hurst to resume playing football.
He will fully participate in Michigan’s pro day on Friday in Ann Arbor.
Most analysts projected Hurst as a first-round talent before the heart condition sidelined him. Joel Klatt (Fox) kept Hurst in his first-round, assuming he was cleared. More analysts could follow in moving the former Wolverine back in the first-round slot.