On Tuesday, USA Today Sports reported that Lattimore was three months ahead on his rehab, according to Andrews. Lattimore will be a steal for any team that gets him though, he might go top 10 but with the injury it might make him a late first round pick. When he plays again – it is not an “if” in his mind – Lattimore vowed he would not be afraid. “No, not at all,” he said. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews told ESPN's Stephania Bell in an interview at the NFL scouting combine that Lattimore is ahead of schedule with his rehabilitation and there's a possibility the running back could take the field in the fall. McGahee, now a 10-year veteran with the Denver Broncos, tore his ACL, PCL and MCL during the 2003 Fiesta Bowl before going on to rush for more than 8,000 yards in the NFL.