Five-star UGA commit Richard LeCounte taken off field via ambulance on Thursday


Five-star recruit Richard LeCounte scared everyone on Thursday night, as he had to be taken off the field via ambulance. The situation was extremely tense at the time, and everyone was holding their breath and hoping for the best.

LeCounte was moving his extremities soon after the injury, and it now appears he is in at least good enough condition to tweet his thanks to everyone for their prayers and best wishes.

Scout's Chad Simmons was on the scene, and is currently reporting that LeCounte did not suffer a concussion and apparently suffered no broken bones.

For what was a very scary situation, it looks like we may have actually gotten a non-scary outcome. We will update you more on any potential injuries as we learn more about how LeCounte is progressing.


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One of the top recruits of the 2017 class potentially suffered a serious injury on Thursday night, as five-star Richard LeCounte (5-foot-11, 174 pounds, Riceboro, GA) apparently had to be taken away by ambulance during a game on Thursday.

This is a developing situation and we will report more on LeCounte's condition as it is made available. As Scout report Chad Simmons mentioned above, LeCounte did have movement in his extremities before the ambulance arrived.

LeCounte is rated as the No. 1 safety in his class by the 247Sports Composite. He has been committed to Georgia since December


We will update this story as more information is made available. We send our prayers and best wishes to LeCounte.