G. McConway
May 26, 2023

College Football Star Jaden Hullaby Dead at 21

Yet another young sports star is dead for some unexplained reason.

Jaden Hullaby, a rising college football star, was reported dead by the University of New Mexico on Monday, reports Fox 7 Austin.

He was only 21 years old.

What Happened

Hullaby was originally recruited by the Texas Longhorns. He then transferred to the Lobos and had seemingly found himself a home.

Hullably was a top Texas high school player at Mansfield Timberview High School. The team won state in 2017, which, is like winning the Super Bowl for a high school team.

There was no cause of death given, but his family hinted that he had more or less gone missing for some time before he was found dead. The implication being that he had either fallen into a depression or possibly a drug issue, but that is pure speculation and water cooler gossip at this point.

What we do know on that front is that nobody had heard from him for more than 24 hours at the time of his death.

As far as we can tell, this was a really good kid that everyone thought highly of.

For instance, Texas HC Steve Sarkisian stated, “It’s such devastating and tragic news to hear of Jaden’s passing.

“He was a great person and someone we all enjoyed being around, coaching and spending time with. All of our thoughts are with his family, friends and teammates, and we want to send our deepest condolences to them in such a difficult time,” reports Breitbart.

I have my own theory on what happened, but I dare not say it for fear of being censored.

His death is one in what is quickly becoming a growing list of deaths that are happening around the country of young, star athletes.

We will continue to monitor and update if anything suspicious in terms of his death is announced.

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