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Florida high school football player Tiger Campbell-Rollins found dead after reportedly missing

Tiger Campbell-Rollins was found dead near a body of water in Jupiter, Florida after his family reported him missing.

A 17-year-old Tiger Campbell-Rollins a junior football player at William T. Dwyer High School in Jupiter, Florida was found dead after being reported missing. Tiger was a speedy wide receiver/defensive back from Dwyer.

Police found his body near water close to Donald Ross Road.

Tiger’s football coach McKinley Rolle said this about the young man, according to The Palm Beach Post.

“Tiger Campbell-Rollins was a lively young man,” Rolle said in a telephone interview with The Palm Beach Post. “He had a bursting personality, always had a smile on his face, always walked with this little bop to him. He had such a little pep in his step.

“A confident young man – loved football. He competed hard. He was small in stature, but he had a huge heart.”

According to police accounts, family members reported the teen missing at about 11:30 p.m. Please continue to pray for the family.

We wanted to share Tiger’s film from his Hudl Account.

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