Former UCF Otis Anderson Jr Death Cause - Was He Shot?
The death cause of former UCF player Otis Anderson Jr is believed to be shooting. A news source has claimed that his father shot him and his mother, Denise, in their Florida home.
Reports said that the 23 years old died of injuries in the hospital. However, we can still not confirm if the victim is the athlete or not.
Ashley Harding from News4 in Jacksonville reported a shooting incident around 9:30 p.m. near the Forest Trails area by I-295 and Dunn Avenue.
Apparently former UCF & LA Rams RB Otis Anderson Jr. was shot and killed by his father last night and his mother was shot and wounded and currently in critical condition, this is absolutely heartbreaking and horrific news to wake up to #UCFamily #RIPGumby 😞🙏 pic.twitter.com/VhfyPvC7kE— CFBKnights (@CFBKnights) November 30, 2021
The news shares that the man has died, whereas the woman is still admitted to the hospital. According to Police, the incident may have occurred as a result of domestic violence.
One of the UCF fans mentioned his death and shared that his father shot him. However, Police said that there had been no arrests, and they are still investigating the case.
Thus, we will have to wait until the Police announce the victims' names and provide further information on the incident.
Explore Otis Anderson Jr Wikipedia
Otis Anderson Jr is a former player from the University of Central Florida Knights who is not available on Wikipedia. However, he was considered one of the finest running back.
He had played four seasons of college football at UCF and scored 27 career touchdowns for the Knights. In addition, he averaged 6.1 yards per carry which ranked second to Greg McCrae, who reached 6.45. He graduated in 2017.
In 2021, there was an update from News4 that he had signed a contract with the Los Angeles Rams after he failed to be drafted in 2020 NFL drafts.
Netizens Cannot Believe Otis Anderson Jr Has Passed Away- Is He Dead?
As the news about Otis Anderson Jr has surfaced on the internet, his fans cannot accept that he is dead. Nevertheless, his friends and former fellow players have paid him tribute.
RIP Goatis. May your friends and family take some sort of solace in knowing how much you were loved by our fan base. We will always love and appreciate Otis. Legends never die. #RIPOtis pic.twitter.com/p0ZuUGXI4A— ucf.football.updates (@UCFFBUpdates) November 30, 2021
But, none of them have mentioned the death cause. Thus, it may be possible that he is dead, but we cannot confirm the death cause yet.