A ahead on the Drexel College’s males’s basketball workforce was discovered useless on Wednesday in his residence on the college’s campus.
Terrence Butler, a rising junior, was recognized as the scholar within the house.
The reason for dying is unknown.
“On behalf of all the Drexel neighborhood, we prolong our deepest sympathy to Terrence’s household, buddies and teammates,” Drexel president John Fry stated in an announcement.
“Along with being a student-athlete, Terrence was concerned in quite a few actions and organizations at Drexel and was a good friend to many all through the College neighborhood.”
Butler, who attended Bishop McNamara in Maryland, was a Washington Catholic Athletic Convention All-Convention choice and a 2021 McDonald’s All-American nominee as a standout in highschool.
At Drexel, the 6-foot-7 ahead performed in eight video games, seven of which got here throughout his sophomore season as he handled accidents in two seasons.
He totaled 9 rebounds final yr and was named to the Colonial Athletic Affiliation Commissioner’s Educational Honor Roll.
“Lovely man had a pleasant household,” Mark Witalec, an worker at Drexel, told ABC6.
“All people knew him, all people on campus knew who he was, and he would deal with all people simply the identical. You understand what I imply, good man, family-oriented.”
He’s survived by his dad and mom, Terrence and Dena, and sisters Tasia and Tiara, who performed school basketball at James Madison and Syracuse, respectively.