LSU RB Derrius Guice declares for 2018 NFL Draft

LSU RB Derrius Guice declares for 2018 NFL Draft

LSU RB Derrius Guice declares for 2018 NFL Draft

Guice is the latest draft-eligible Tiger to enter the NFL Draft, joining defensive backs Kevin Toliver and Donte Jackson, offensive lineman Toby Weathersby and linebacker Arden Key. Guice (5'11/216) took his sweet time weighing his options, but as expected, he's made a decision to throw his hat into the draft ring. The junior rushed for 3,074 yards and 29 touchdowns on 471 career carries, starting most of the past two seasons for his hometown Tigers.

Guice came into 2017 with high expectations.

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CBS sports lists him as the second best running back in this year's draft class, and eleventh best player overall.

Guice got off to a quick start this past season, topping the 100-yard mark in each of the first two games and combining for four touchdowns. Guice set the single-season school record for rushing yards in a 285-yard effort against Texas A&M in the 2016 season finale. He missed one game and parts of others but had a breakout showing against Ole Miss with 22 carries for 276 yards and a touchdown.

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A native of Baton Rouge, La., Guice leaves with a career average of 6.527 yards per carry, also an LSU record.

At 5-foot-11 and 218 pounds, he's seen as a prototypical three-down back at the next level. He was then bottled up for the next stretch, failing to rush for more than 76 yards in each of the next four games.

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