Tua Tagovailoa has been in recovery since suffering a dislocated hip that prematurely ended his season -- and college career -- this past November.
Less than four months since sustaining the injury, the touted NFL quarterback prospect is scheduled to begin full workouts on Monday, according to Joseph Goodman of AL.com. After taking in the NFL combine as a spectator, Tagovailoa is slated to participate in Alabama's March 24 pro day.
Despite the injury, Tagovailoa is still expected to be a top-10 pick in the 2020 draft. He is the second-highest rated quarterback in CBS Sports' prospect rankings, just behind reigning Heisman Trophy winner, Joe Burrow. Before his injury, Tagovailoa and Burrow were the clear Heisman trophy front-runners heading into their Nov. 9 meeting against one another in Tuscaloosa.