What is the late Jaden Hullaby cause of death? Fans and family are paying condolences to the football player, a native of Dallas, Texas.
Hullaby was a football player who attended Mansfield Timberview High School as a senior and Bishop Dunne as a junior.
Jaden later attended Texas as part of the Longhorns’ 2020 recruiting class and logged one tackle in the Valero Alamo Bowl versus Colorado.
Unfortunately, he did not play in 2021 as he went redshirt and entered a transfer portal in 2022 to New Mexico Lobos.
Jaden had a whole life before him to spend, but sadly he had to bid farewell before the time.
Cause Of Death
Late Jaden’s just-started collegiate career at the Univ. of Texas ended sooner than anticipated due to his tragic death at 21.
Hullaby’s family revealed on the internet that they had feared for Jaden’s safety as he went missing.
Following this, on Friday, 19 May 2023, his family filed the missing report with police, and reportedly he was last seen in Dallas heading westbound on I-30 at 6:23 pm.
On Monday 22, May 2023, his brother Landon Hullaby announced Jaden’s death in a tweet, saying,
“Forever living through you big brudda I love you so much, and I got you and the family forever, I swear, get your rest King 🕊️💔 LLJAY.”
Jaden’s family or any closed sources haven’t yet revealed the cause of death or related information.
Jaden Hullaby Obituary
Jaden was an acknowledged running back prospect in the Longhorns’ 2020 class.
Later he switched to linebacker when he got to Univ. of Texas at Austin and was in a sports management degree program.
Which came to an end with his tragic death, and his Texas coach, Steve Sarkisian, showed condolences in a tweet.
He wrote, “He was a great person and someone we all enjoyed being around, coaching and spending time with. All of our thoughts are with his family, friends and teammates, and we want to send our deepest condolences to them in such a difficult time.”
The Lobo family also gave a statement for their RB/TE Jaden Hullaby, saying, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jaden’s family and all who knew him.”
All the friends and family have paid their condolence for Jaden’s untimely death.
Last Year Of His Career
Late Jaden spend the last year of his career with the Univ. of New Mexico, Lobo, after transferring from the univ. of Texas.
During his time with the Lobo, he played as a tight end and recorded two catches for 44 yards, including a 38-yard catch against LSU in Baton Rouge.