Guice announced his decision late Wednesday afternoon in a video posted on Twitter.
"He's just a crucial player for our team and he's just been continuing to get better and better and feeling healthier and healthier, so that's been great for us to have", LSU quarterback Danny Etling said of Guice, per the Associated Press (h/t USA Today). "Growing up in Baton Rouge, it has always been my dream to play for LSU.Entering the National Football League draft has always been my goal and it's the next chapter of my life". He had five 100-yard performances this past season, including a 276-yard effort against Ole Miss. "Having he opportunity to play for this storied university was truly an honor".
Though rushing for 250 yards or more is a rare feat in college football, Guice did it three times over his career at LSU.
ICSE exams on Feb 26, ISC exams on Feb 7
Gerry Arathoon, Chief Secretary and executive of CISCE said that, for ICSE examination, instead of 35, the pass mark would be 33%. Class 10 and Class 12 students pull up your socks and start your revisions to take the ISCE board exam from next month onwards.
The 5-foot-11, 220-pound Guice rushed for 1,251 yards and 11 touchdowns this past season.
The top-end prospect is expected to be the No. 2 running back off the board behind Penn State's Saquon Barkley and could potentially go in the top 10.
The running back who was also a star at Catholic High, finishes his career as the school's single-season record holder for career yards with 6,527 which broke Leonard Fournette's record.
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