Sam Bruce, former standout wide receiver prospect from St. Thomas Aquinas has reportedly passed away at the age of 23. Details surrounding his cause of death is still unknown.
On the 247Sports composite rankings, Sam Bruce is a 4-star talent, but he is closer to a 5-star than his technical designation.
Bruce was a virtual guarantee to sign with Florida State, according to his 247Sports Crystal Ball, which had all of his predictions correct.
However, after an unofficial trip to Miami, the tide began to turn against him, and his recruitment became more of a coin flip.
Bruce also served as a major recruiter for the Hurricanes in the South Florida area for the duration of the campaign.
Sam Bruce cause of death was first reported as a car accident by the local newspaper online. Moreover, www.stateoftheu claims it to be an initial assumption.
Bruce was 24 years old at the time of his death.
Rob Cassidy, a reporter friend, wrote, “Sam Bruce is and always will be a South Florida legend and one of the funniest, most personable guys I’ve ever met on any level of any sport.”
“I’m used to asking the questions to Sam, but Sam would always ask about my life and what I had going on when I ran into him,” he added.
Similarly, discussing his career growth on Twitter, a fan stated, “Sam Bruce did an interview last year, and he took full accountability for the actions that led his career not to go as planned.
Additionally, Thick said, “That kind of growth is about life. I don’t know what happened, but I pray for his family and friends today.”
A 24-year-old former Maimi Hurricanes Player, Sam Bruce, has been reported to have died in a car accident.
Sam was an American student and football player born in 1998 and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
He was a National Collegiate Athletic Association member and played for the Miami Hurricanes.
Bruce’s family is devastated by the news of the death of the youngest athlete son in the family at an early age. There has been no official confirmation from Bruce’s family yet.
The South Florida Express wrote, “We are saddened to hear about the loss of one of the greatest players to ever come through SFE.
The express additionally said, “Your infectious energy and the ability to make anybody laugh will forever live in our hearts.”