Jaylon Ferguson died at the age of 26, the group reported on Wednesday. Ferguson was a third-round pick of the Ravens in 2019 who procured his direction into the NFL by turning into a headliner for Louisiana Tech. In three seasons with the Ravens, Ferguson added up to 67 handles and 4.5 sacks.
Ferguson was the C-USA Defensive Player of the Year in 2018 and acquired first-group All-C-USA respects on two separate events while setting school and NCAA sack records simultaneously.
In the wake of acquiring MVP respects in the 2018 Hawaii Bowl, the Louisiana local was chosen by the Ravens in the 2019 NFL Draft as the 85th generally pick, burning through three seasons in Baltimore and charming himself with the city. The Ravens association gave the accompanying assertion after Ferguson’s passing
“We significantly disheartened by the unfortunate passing of Jaylon Ferguson. He was a sort, deferential young fellow with a major grin and irresistible character. We express our sincere sympathies to Jaylon’s loved ones as we grieve a daily existence lost far too early.”
Baltimore Police told the Baltimore Sun officials answered reports of a sketchy passing at a home in the 400 block of Ilchester Avenue in Baltimore’s Harwood neighbourhood where they found Ferguson lethargic and getting treatment from doctors.
“Ferguson never recovered cognizance and was articulated dead on the scene by doctors,” Baltimore Police representative Niki Fennoy said in a proclamation.
Police said there were no indications of injury or injustice. They said the clinical inspector will decide a reason for death.