Utah State’s Brady Holt critically injured in car wreck

There is some very somber news coming from the Utah State Aggies football program on Monday, with reports that freshman defensive end Brady Holt is critically injured as the result of a one-car accident over the weekend.

According to the Salt Lake Tribune,  “Utah Highway Patrol, Holt was injured Saturday at 12:45 p.m. when his northbound SUV drifted into the median and crashed into wooden spools at a construction site. Holt over-corrected and, when the SUV rolled, he was thrown from the vehicle.”

The 21-year-old Holt remains hospitalized.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to freshman defensive end Brady Holt, who was injured in a car accident this past Saturday.

— Utah State Football (@USUFootball) May 16, 2016

Police are still looking into a cause of the accident.

Campus Sports wishes Holt a full and speedy recovery from this scary situation.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to Utah Highway Patrol