Madison Recovering from Successful Surgery

Fayette County (AL) defensive back and Texas Tech commit Tevin Madison said he'll be ready to go next season for the Red Raiders despite undergoing triceps surgery earlier this month.

Tevin Madison is confident he will become a Red Raider and looks forward to bringing a different energy and a lot of heart to the team.

Madison, a defensive back and wide receiver from Fayette Co. High School has stayed solid to his commitment to become a Red Raider. Madison suffered an injury his senior season but is currently recovering from surgery.

"I am committed to Texas Tech." Madison said. "I am 100 percent Texas Tech."

Madison is quickly recovering from his triceps injury and surgery. The recovery process should not interfere with next season.

"I did injure my triceps but I just had surgery on it," Madison said. "The recovery process will be about a month to two months."

Standing at 5-foot-10 and weighing 155 pounds, Madison is a smaller guy with a lot of heart. When he takes the field he brings love for the game with great talent.

"I'm a small guy, I put heart in to the game I play," Madison said. "Every time I touch the field I give my all."

Madison looks forward to playing for head coach Kliff Kingsbury because he believes the young coach truly cares about the team and his players.

"I'm very excited to play for Kliff Kingsbury," Madison said. "He is really great at what he does and he really loves his guys. I'm very excited to be apart of that."

Madison added west Texas is in for a surprise when he joins the program. He wants to shake things up and bring energy that Texas hasn't seen yet.

The defensive back is currently the only high school commit not from either Texas or Oklahoma and chose Tech over offers from Kentucky, Memphis and Southern Miss.

"I feel like I will bring a lot of energy and bring a different swag then what Texas people are used to," Madison said. "I look forward bringing that to the team."

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