USC Soccer Participant Chris Brown Useless at 24
A former standout from the USC soccer staff has sadly handed away.
On Monday, April 19, the USC Athletic Division’s official Twitter account confirmed that offensive lineman Chris Brown has died on the age of 24. No reason for dying has been introduced for the participant, who started attending the college in 2014 and began for the staff within the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
“#FightOnForever, Chris Brown,” the tweet learn. “So younger. So gifted. Gone far too quickly.”
This follows USC head coach Clay Helton tweeting a tribute message to Chris simply earlier than midnight on Sunday, April 18.
“Heartbroken to listen to the information that we misplaced Chris Brown as we speak,” Clay wrote. “Our ideas and prayers exit to all the Brown household. Chris meant a lot to so many. Nice individual, participant, teammate, and Trojan. God bless my good friend. You might be eternally in our hearts.”
Chris, who was an All-Pac-12 honorable point out in his junior yr, went undrafted by the NFL after his time at USC. He was later signed by the San Diego Chargers earlier than becoming a member of the XFL’s DC Defenders for the 2020 season. He performed all 5 of the Defenders’ video games in the course of the league’s truncated run.