Running Back Derrius Guice Is The Latest Draft Prospect To Be Asked If 'He Likes Men'
Ah, the good old combine questions. Every single year, without fail, we see controversy because some team got too cute in their interview process and ended up asking an insensitive question to a prospect. I thought this year we were going to skate by pretty nicely with just ISIS and Bitcoin and “Is God an Auburn fan?” questions. It seemed like maybe these meatheads finally learned that it’s probably not a good idea to get too deep with the personal questions.
But of course, a couple days after the combine concluded, former LSU running back Derrius Guice goes on a radio show and says that a team asked him if ‘he likes men’. The old Eli Apple classic. For those who don’t remember, back before the 2016 draft, this exact same scenario happened when Falcons DC Marquand Manuel asked Eli Apple the same thing. It blew up, Manuel was chastised and he later apologized for it.

Clearly, some team didn’t give a shit about the backlash from two years ago and thought it was a good idea bring that question back from the dead this year. This is what Guice said about it on the SiriusXM NFL show Late Hits, via USA Today:

‘’It was pretty crazy,” Guice said in an interview on the SiriusXM NFL show Late Hits. “Some people are really trying to get in your head and test your reaction. … I go in one room, and a team will ask me do I like men, just to see my reaction. I go in another room, they’ll try to bring up one of my family members or something and tell me, ‘Hey, I heard your mom sells herself. How do you feel about that?’ “

Guice said he was told “to come in prepared” for the combine and everything that comes with it.

“It went exactly how everyone told me it would be,”  Guice said. “It’s exhausting. … It was a great experience. You’re being watched and tested the whole time.”

It sure sounds like he got the old Dez Bryant classic too. “Is your mom a prostitute?” is a first ballot hall of fame combine question and really put these weirdo scouts on the map for their bizarre questions back in that draft.
Stay tuned in to this story because I’m sure it’s not the last you’ll hear from it. Eventually, the name of the team and the coach who asked this stuff will come out, just like it did in 2016. Now we’ll see if the NFL actually decides to do anything about it.

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