Florida State tight end Nick O’Leary walks away from horrific motorcycle crash

Nick O'Leary, Florida State tight end and grandson of golf legend Jack Nicklaus, not only survived but walked away from the insane crash in the above video.

As originally reported Wednesday night by Bud Elliott at Tomahawk Nation, the accident occurred on May 2 in Tallahassee. After slamming into the front of a car that pulled in front of him, O'Leary slid between 75 and 100 feet while the remnants of his motorcycle crashed into the windshield of the Star Metro Bus.

According to the accident report obtained by Tomahawk Nation, O'Leary was treated for non-life threatening injuries at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital while the driver of the Lexus was cited as the cause of the crash for violating O'Leary's right of way. Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher confirmed that Fisher was healthy and ready for the start of camp during ACC Media Days.

O'Leary, who will be a junior this fall, was the top tight end in the country coming out of high school in 2011. He has 33 career catches for 416 yards and four touchdowns so far during his Florida State career.

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