Keyontae Johnson remained in critical but stable condition on Monday afternoon after collapsing during a game over the weekend, the school said in a statement.
The Gators announced that Johnson had been transported to a hospital in Gainesville, Florida after receiving his initial treatment in Tallahassee. As of Monday afternoon, he was “following simple commands and undergoing further tests,” according to the school.
Florida forward Keyontae Johnson is undergoing further tests and remains in critical but stable condition two days after he collapsed on the court during a game at Florida State. https://t.co/TEN8lC312a
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Johnson’s grandfather, Larry DeJarnett, told USA TODAY Sports on Monday that his grandson was in a medically induced coma and that doctors hoped to bring him out of the coma later in the day.
“He may have had activity in the brain, so they induced the coma,” DeJarnett told USA TODAY Sports. “They put him on medication to keep him sedated.”