In a personal essay for seminoles.com, the former Florida State offensive lineman wrote about his battle with COVID. “I promise, even if you’re young and healthy, you do not want this virus,” the 22 year old said.
“Although I had what doctors consider to be a “mild” case of it, my experience was anything but mild.
I woke up on a Sunday morning with a low-grade fever, thinking that would be the worst of it.
By that night, my temperature was 103 degrees. It was the highest fever of my life, but I felt like I was freezing.
I was glued to the couch with no energy, no appetite and nothing but fluids and over-the-counter medicines to help me feel better.
The hardest part was feeling slightly short of breath. That’s a bad feeling anyway, and knowing that shortness of breath is often a symptom of severe cases made it that much worse.
I had never felt so not like myself.”
In the article, Boselli said his father Tony, a 48-year-old former NFL player, was admitted to the ICU.