Baltimore Ravens cornerback and former Texas Southern standout Tray Walker died Friday due to injuries he sustained from a dirt bike accident in Florida Thursday night according to a report by NFL.com.
Police said the dirt bike Walker was riding had no lights and that he was wearing dark clothing at the time of the crash. Police are continuing their investigation of the incident.
Walker made headlines in May 2015 when he inked a four-year deal with the Ravens worth $2.652 million.
The Ravens drafted Walker in the fourth round (the No. 136 pick overall), making him the first player for Texas Southern to be drafted since 2000.
In Walker’s final season at Texas Southern (2015), he played in every game and intercepted four passes. He finished his collegiate career with seven interceptions in his last three seasons.