Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who was hospitalized earlier this month after an organized staff exercise, died on Wednesday, in response to Damon Evans, the varsity’s government athletic director.
Today the Maryland household mourns the passing of Jordan McNair.
— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) June 13, 2018
McNair, of Randallstown, Md., was 19. His actual explanation for demise was not instantly obtainable. According to a GoFundMe web page created on behalf of his mom, Tonya Wilson, McNair was airlifted to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, the place he obtained a liver transplant and was “fighting for his life this past week.”
The 6-foot-Four, 235-pound McNair, who was getting into his sophomore season, performed in a single sport as a real freshman in 2017.
Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill shared his ideas on McNair’s demise in a submit on Twitter: “Lord, words cannot explain anything right now. Thank you for allowing me to know a great friend, teammate and a man who was truly a brother. Watch over us all Jordan and rest in peace, Love you forever.”
Maryland’s soccer program has saved details about McNair’s state of affairs personal, per the household’s request, and hasn’t given particulars on what led to him being hospitalized. His mother and father weren’t instantly obtainable to remark.
Former Towson participant Gavin Class, who grew to become ailing following a staff exercise in 2014 and needed to endure a liver transplant, had not too long ago tweeted his help for McNair, writing, “Fellow heatstroke/liver transplant. Please keep in prayers.”