Derrius Guice pulls motorist from car after accident

Not all heroes wear capes. Some put on football helmets and uniforms to play a game for a living. Soon-to-be drafted former LSU running back Derrius Guice is the latest example of this.

Guice took to Twitter on Friday to detail an accident that he witnessed in Baton Rouge. The story is about as harrowing as it gets. But Guice didn’t freeze. He put on his cape and acted.

Here’s his story.

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977257776241172485

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977257877957169152

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977257934878134274

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977258041161764866

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977258112192319488

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977258174557360129

Now, this is where it gets even more interesting.

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977258277473079297

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977260155317424129

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977260883553472512

https://twitter.com/DhaSickest/status/977270090889617410

That’s all sorts of amazing right there. Maybe NFL teams can now ask Guice about his part-time work as a superhero rather than this dumb question.

Guice is expected to be a first-round pick in next month’s draft. The simple fact that he went into harm’s way to save a complete stranger leads us to believe this young man will do just fine in the NFL.

Well done, Mr. Guice. Well done, indeed.