Jevan Snead, who started his high school playing career in 2010, passed away at the age of 32. The former Ole Miss and Texas quarter’s reason behind the death is not disclosed.
The Austin American-Statesman reported that the cause of death is still under investigation by the police, it might be anything drugs or suicide.
A close source to Jevan’s family as well as multiple officials have confirmed the tragic news. One of the outlets reported that he died overnight and did not seem to be the result of foul play.
The police have announced only a little detail, whereas the Statesman revealed that it occurred in downtown Austin.
The Ole Miss Rebel’s play-by-play radio announcer, David Kellum, took his Twitter to claim that he is heartbroken to Jevan’s family. He also admitted that he does not know any detail about death.
Who was Jevan Snead? His Bio Wiki
Jevan Snead was born on 2nd September 1987 and was 32 years old when he died on 21st September 2019. He was born in San Angelo, Texas whereas died in Austin, Texas.
As per Jevan’s LinkedIn profile, he previously worked as a managing consultant for WeWork Space Services in Austin for around six months.
Jevan was first committed to the University of Florida before playing for the University of Texas because of his birthplace.
The late footballer joined Longhorns after a year Vince Young left Texas following the National Championship back in 2005. He aimed of winning the starting job, barely lose it to Colt McCoy.
Jevan turned out to be a relief during a couple of games in 2006. Later, in the following year, he was decided to be transferred to the University of Mississippi. He was an academic sophomore because of the NCAA transfer rules, but things turned out when he became a 2008 starter.
In overall 26 games with Ole Miss Rebels, Jevan threw 5,395 years, 33 interceptions, and 46 touchdowns leading team to 18-8 and Cotton Bowl victories over the Texas Tech and the Oklahoma State.
Regarding his career history, he was engaged to Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2010 and Tampa Bay Storm in 2011. On 26th September 2014, he was inducted to the Stephenville High School of Fame.
Jevan belonged to one of those players who looked promising in the college but never really made it to the pinnacle of professional success. During an interview with Associated Press in 2010, he claimed that his career did not go exactly the way he hoped.
American football quarterback Jevan Bryce Snead AKA Jevan Snead died on 21st September, Saturday, at the age of 32.
• Jevan Snead died on 21st September, Saturday.
• Jevan passed away at the age of 32.
• The exact reason behind his death is not disclosed.
• A close source to Jevan’s family as well as multiple officials have confirmed the tragic news.
• The Statesman revealed that it occurred in downtown Austin.
• Jevan Snead was born on 2nd September 1987.
• Jevan’s career highlighted Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2010 and Tampa Bay Storm in 2011.