Derrius Guice: Declares for 2018 NFL Draft

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In a move that was widely expected, LSU junior running back Derrius Guice declared for the 2018 NFL Draft and will forgo his senior season with the Tigers.

His departure along with the departure of senior backup Darrel Williams means the top returning rusher for the Tigers is senior-to-be Nick Brossette, who rushed for 78 yards this season.

Fittingly, the social media aficionado made his announcement official with a Twitter video.

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Guice is projected to go anywhere from the early to late first round in most mocks thus far. "I am grateful and excited to start this new journey". He finished with 2,638 yards and 26 rushing touchdowns over his final two seasons in Baton Rouge.

"My heart and my DNA is made up of this attractive city of Baton Rouge, and its university of LSU", said Guice, who grew up in south Baton Rouge.

His biggest game this season was against Ole Miss.

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Guice leaves Baton Rouge as one of the programs all-time great running backs, accumulating more than 3,000 yards and 29 TDs in his LSU career. Guice ran for 276 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries. According to Ross Dellenger of The Advocate, Guice holds LSU's career yards-per-carry record (6.5) and has the school's single-game rushing record after torching Texas A&M for 285 yards in 2016.

CBS Sports ranks him as the second-best running back in this class behind Penn State's Saquon Barkley, as does Bleacher Report's Matt Miller.

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