Derrius Guice, an incoming freshman at LSU this season, had a bit of a health scare last week when he collapsed without reason at a voluntary team workout last week. He has now returned to the team and seems to be in good condition after the scare.
College Football Talk shared the story of Guice and reported that he returned on Monday and was back to working out.
Guice had been ultimately diagnosed with dehydration, which proves that drinking water is your best friend, even if you are working out in an air conditioned facility.
“He’s fine,” head coach Les Miles said, according to the Advocate. “What tests were done showed that all of his vitals, that he’s very healthy.”
Guice was a five-star member of the Tigers’ 2015 class and was the MVP of the Army All-American Game earlier this year after he caught two passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns. He will certainly mesh well with the explosiveness of Leonard Fournette when the Tigers hit the field in September.
The Tigers open the season on September 5 when they host McNeese State.
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