Former LSU RB Derrius Guice, Texas A&M signee engage in vicious Twitter fight

LSU running back Derrius Guice played three years of SEC football. He amassed more than 3,000 yards with 32 touchdowns and could go in the first or second round of the NFL draft.

Leon O’Neal Jr. hasn’t played a down yet, but he is a signed member of Texas A&M’s 2018 class.

O’Neal didn’t seem to mind his inexperience when he got into a heated Twitter fight with Guice.

It began with a tweet from O’Neal which was then retweeted by Guice. It was followed with proverbial right and left hooks landed by both sides.

It seems one of the twees that really set Guice off was when O’Neal tweeted footage at him which showed Guice getting injured while playing against Texas A&M.

Duice went on to delete most of his tweets from the arguement, clearly realizing he got a hot head.

It’s probably not the best look before the NFL draft when scouts are looking for someone who can contain themselves on social media when prevoked. Even so, it also shows passion, which many teams look for in players.

How much fallout will there be for Guice or O’Neal? Stay tuned.

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