The Athletic has the whole story of Meyer, a central Ohio native and Columbus Blue Jackets prospect who couldn't figure out why he felt awful throughout last season for the RedHawks.
After totaling 10-16-26 in 32 games as a freshman, Meyer dipped to 6-4-10 in 36 games this season. He had 48 penalty minutes (up from 14 in 2017-18) and a minus-22 rating.
"Not only did I feel slow and way more tired than everybody else," Meyer said, "but I just had this mental fog. I couldn't even think straight. I'd be on the bench zoned out, and I had to snap myself out of it.
"When I had my exit physical, they showed me all of my medical complaints. They have to keep track of every time a player comes to them about something. My chart, from September to March, was just 'fatigue, fatigue, fatigue.' "
Once Meyer passed the worm, a clear picture of what he’d been going through emerged, but there was some collateral damage.