Former Clemson C.J. Fuller Dies At 22 - Insight Trending
Former Clemson  C.J. Fuller Dies At 22


Former Clemson  C.J. Fuller Dies At 22


Clemson University affirmed Wednesday that previous Tigers running back C.J. Fuller kicked the bucket. The South Carolina local, who helped Clemson win the 2016 national title, was 22. 

"Our contemplations, supplications and most profound sensitivities are with C.J's. family," Tigers Coach Dabo Swinney said in an announcement. "I've known C.J. quite a while and watched him grow up through the Easley rec classes completely through Easley High School. I'm glad for what he refined as a Clemson Tiger, above all else, his achievement of being a Clemson graduate. Our most profound sympathies and the contemplations of our program are with his family tonight. May he rest in peace." 

A reason for death presently can't seem to be reported. A Pickens County coroner said Wednesday (by means of the Greenville News) that Fuller kicked the bucket at a healing center in Greenville, S.C., in the wake of being taken there from a relative's home. She added that Fuller is planned to be given an examination, with results anticipated that in six would two months. 

Fuller had a redshirt season in 2014 preceding playing for the Tigers from 2014 to 2017. More than 43 recreations, he amassed 599 yards and four touchdowns on 147 conveys, in addition to 155 yards and two more scores on 18 gatherings, and he contributed on uncommon groups. 

A 20-yard kickoff return by Fuller gave Clemson great field position as it set out on the amusement winning drive in the title diversion that it won against favored Alabama. In the Tigers' past diversion, a College Football Playoff elimination round challenge versus Ohio State, he got a 30-yard touchdown go from quarterback Deshaun Watson. 

A portion of Fuller's previous colleagues, and additionally other football players whose ways crossed with his, communicated their stun and alarm Wednesday. "I am harming at the present time. Someone wake me up from this bad dream," ex-Tigers protective end Shaq Lawson, now with the Buffalo Bills, said on Instagram, including that Fuller "gathered come see" him Thursday.

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