Victor Keise Suffers Stress Fracture in Foot

Victor Keise Suffers Stress Fracture in Foot

Victor Keise, a 6-foot-2, 170-pound wide receiver from Coconut Creek (FL) North Broward Prep who committed to Minnesota, suffered a stress fracture in his foot, according to our good friends at GopherHole.com. Keise is expected to be out eight to twelve weeks.

Victor Keise wrote in his blog for Gopherhole.com that an hour into practice he was running during a drill and heard a popping sound in his foot. He started to limp off the field, and after having X-rays the doctor came and broke the news that Keise would be out for 8–12 weeks due to a stress fracture in his left foot. He underwent surgery Friday to have a screw placed into the bone. Keise had 37 catches for 598 yards as a junior and was named second team 3A-2A-2B-1A-1B by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. The Eagles finished 3-7 and open their season versus Mater Academy Charter September 5th.

Keise also played on the North Broward basketball team. He made the Rock Holiday Classic all-tournament team, held at Ft. Lauderdale. The Eagles finished 15-10 last year.

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