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Two college football players injured in a fatal car accident in South Florida

Zaylan Reese a future Valdosta State wide receiver was driving a car that fatally killed a 52-year-old man in South Florida.

University of Miami linebacker Wesley Bissainthe and future Valdosta State commit Zaylan Reese were in a vehicle that killed a 52 year old driver in the other car.

The driver of Bissainthe’s car is listed as Zaylan Reese, 18, per police. Reese, a Central High receiver who signed a scholarship to play at Division II Valdosta State, “was transported to Jackson North,’’ police said.

There were four people in the vehicle in total and all of them were sent to the hospital, per reports.

The 52 year-old that was killed was Saul Dauphin. Dauphin’s Lexus hit the Mercedes Benz that was turning left. Unfortunately, Mr. Dauphin died at the scene.

Bissanthe was the Miami Dade Co-Defensive Player of the Year and is a star in the making. He helped lead his high school to three straight state titles.

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