Former Scotlandville High football player found dead at 22
PULLMAN, WA - A college football player who played at Scotlandville Magnet High in Baton Rouge was found dead after law enforcement reportedly received a call concerning "breathing problems" from his apartment in Washington state.
The Spokesman-Review reports 22-year-old Bryce Beekman, who played college football at Washington State, was found dead at his apartment in Pullman, Washington Tuesday night.
According to the Spokesman, officers found Beekman unresponsive after receiving a call listed on the police activity log as "breathing problems." The local coroner has not released any additional details surrounding the death as of Wednesday afternoon.
As others have reported, Pullman Police were responding to a “breathing problems” call when they arrived at Bryce Beekman’s apartment & found the #WSU football player dead. There were no signs of foul play, according to Commander Jake Opgenorth.— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) March 25, 2020
Police said they found no signs of foul play in the apartment.
Beekman had recently traveled back to Louisiana for spring break and posted a photo on social media from his younger brother’s state championship basketball game on March 14.
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