Authorities investigating UNLV football player’s death
LAS VEGAS– Authorities in Las Vegas are examining the death of a 20-year-old UNLV football player from Chicago who was discovered unresponsive in bed in a studio home, authorities said Tuesday.The Clark County coroner said a cause and manner of Rebels defensive lineman Ryan Keeler’s death was pending following his death on Monday. Medical examiner blood toxicology test results can take numerous weeks.Editor’s Picks Las Vegas law enforcement officer Robert Wicks stated an examination of Keeler’s unexpected death stayed open
pending coroner and investigator findings.UNLV head coach Barry Odom revealed Keeler’s death on Monday, stating that since the 6-foot-6, 275-pound protective lineman gotten here by transfer from Rutgers, he stuck out to coaches as “an amazing person, trainee and teammate.”Keeler played in seven games as a redshirt freshman last season, and he made the scholastic All-Mountain West group with a 3.8 grade-point average, Odom said.UNLV was waiting on more details about Keeler’s death, Rebels football spokesman Mark Wallington said. A memorial service was not right away set up.