According to FSU assistant coach Mike Martin Jr., the second-year Seminole has a broken pelvis, broken hips, broken ribs and a broken bone in his back. When he is released from the hospital, he’ll likely have to be in a wheelchair for at least two to three months.
"They think he’s going to be able to walk," Martin Jr. said. "They’re pretty confident as far as walking. He’ll probably never play baseball again, which is irrelevant right now."