Rumors circulating online is of Roswell High School Quarter Back Robbie Roper, Is He Dead or Alive? What Happened to Robbie Roper? It was reported that Robbie Roper passed away succumbing to a major injury on Dec. 22, 2021 from anesthesia to the brain complications. However, this claims remain unverified.
Florida Gators beat reporter, Nick De La Torre in a new update through his official Twitter page said he spoke with someone close to the Ropper family and it’s confirmed that Robbie has not passed on but he is in a bad state.
Another report coming from Ryan Fox, praying for the quick recovery of Robbie; “Everyone stop what you’re doing and say a prayer for Robbie Roper.
He is a 2022 QB who received multiple (college) offers and today went to have surgery on his injured shoulder.
Roper had complications with the anesthesia and it went to his brain. He is currently on life support.
Again, please say a prayer for him, his family, teammates, community, and everyone affected.”
Robbie Roper who hails from Roswell (GA) is an underrated 2022 passer whose recruitment is just beginning to take off. Robbie Roper was named the 2021 Region 5-AAAAAA All-Region Football Team offensive player of the year.
Roper finished a workout tape for O’Hara the same day the coach asked for it, working until midnight at the Carrollton High School practice facility in Georgia to make sure he did his best work.
In exchange, O’Hara provided some feedback and instructions, making a positive impression on Roper and assisting him in realizing that he would like to be taught by him at the next level.
Roper has drawn interest from colleges across the country, including Ole Miss, Pittsburgh, Connecticut, TCU, Michigan, North Carolina, and Massachusetts, following a breakout season in his second year as a starter, in which the 6-foot-4, 215-pound quarterback threw for over 3,000 yards, 37 touchdowns, and seven interceptions against Georgia’s 7A level talent.
Don Brown, the head coach at UMass, just offered Roper a scholarship.
Roper plans to meet with the coaching staff at Ole Miss and UConn in the near future, and he hopes to travel to Florida in January.