"It was pretty insane", Guice said "Some people are really trying to get in your head and test your reaction".
It was not clear who or which team asked Guice the question.
"The Falcons coach, one of the coaches, was like, 'So, do you like men?' It was like the first thing he asked me", Apple said.
The NFL was supposed to prevent its franchises from asking draft prospects questions related to their sexual orientation. "I go in another room, they'll try to bring up one of my family members or something and tell me, 'Hey, I heard your mom sells herself". Some people are really trying to get in your head and test your reaction. He said teams would ask him questions to throw him off. "How do you feel about that?' Just random stuff like that, man, to see how you respond".More news: Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI) Announces Earnings Results
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According to ESPN.com, the National Football League "also conducted an investigation in 2013 after three draft prospects said they were asked a series of questions that touched on sexual orientation". The former LSU Tigers running back didn't reveal which team asked him this, but sadly, this is hardly shocking with the amount of insane questions that arise from the National Football League combine.
Guice, who played at LSU for three seasons before declaring for the draft, rushed for 3,074 yards and 29 touchdowns during his career.
Guice is projected as a high-round draft pick with strong potential to go in the first round.
Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News.