Surgery on Jimmy Clausen's toe was successful, the surgeon said on Tuesday.
Jimmy Clausen, arguably the top-rated quarterback in the upcoming NFL draft, played his final 10 games at Notre Dame with torn ligaments in his right big toe and has told ESPN.com that he will undergo surgery Tuesday morning.
Following the advice of deposed Irish coach Charlie Weis, Jimmy Clausen has decided to forgo his senior season and enter this April's draft.
Charlie Weis was first on the scene to recruit Jimmy Clausen. It paid off Saturday with Notre Dame landing one of the most sought-after QBs in recent memory.