For the second straight off-season a Utah State football player has been involved in a serious car accident.
The latest involves defensive end Brady Holt who was thrown from the his car in a rollover accident along I-15.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to freshman defensive end Brady Holt, who was injured in a car accident this past Saturday.— Utah State Football (@USUFootball) May 16, 2016
According to the Utah Highway Patrol the accident occurred Saturday afternoon and Holt was taken to Ogden Regional Hospital just before 1 p.m. Saturday near Willard, Utah.
The highway patrol also said that Holt was not wearing a seatbelt.
He was driving in a construction zone when his vehicle hit wooden spools which caused the car to over correct then roll over and finally throwing the 21-year-old from the car.
The exact extent of his injuries are unknown, but lets hope that Holt can make a full recovery.