Air Force offensive lineman Hunter Brown dies at 21

Hunter Brown, an Air Force offensive lineman, died at the age of 21.

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Hunter Brown’s cause of death 

Brown experienced an unidentified “medical problem” while leaving his dorm for class on Monday, according to the school, and first responders were unable to save his life.

“Our athletes, staff, and whole Academy have been incredibly happy and privileged to have Hunter in our life. “He was a true delight to coach and had as a teammate,” stated Troy Calhoun, head football coach. “He was tough, a wonderful worker and no one worked more for others than Hunter. Candyce and Dustin, his mother and father, raised a lovely boy who made every one of us a better person. We adore our wonderful brother, and our hearts and prayers go out to Hunter’s magnificent spirit and his family.”

Hunter Brown Career

Brown was a Lake Charles, Louisiana, sophomore. He was studying business with a minor in French. This season, he appeared in the Falcons’ victory over Nevada on September 23.

“Hunter was a talented offensive lineman with the Falcon football team and was well-respected in his squadron,” said Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark, Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy, in a statement. “The entire United States Air Force Academy mourns his passing, and our thoughts and sympathies go out to his family, squadron, and everyone who was touched by this great young man.”

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