Concussion Prevention All-Star Effort

Some of the best players in the state of Indiana are gathered at the University of Indianapolis for the North-South All-Star game on Friday night.

The players have been using a device called the brain sentry. It’s a small light on the back of the helmet that is supposed to light up if you’re hit hard enough to have a concussion. The purpose is for quicker detection when a player could be concussed.

Three players from the Wabash Valley are playing in the All-Star game. Sports 10’s Ross Rowling made the trip to Indy to collect the thoughts of the local players on this technology.

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