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School football player Luke Knox kicks the bucket unexpectedly at 22

The school football world is grieving the deficiency of FIU linebacker Luke Knox, who kicked the bucket unexpectedly at only 22, the school reported.

Knox started his school football profession at Ole Miss. As a rookie, he added up to 10 handles, two pass separations, and a mishandle recuperation.

After two seasons at linebacker, Knox moved to the tight end position prior to changing back to linebacker in the 2021 football season.

Knox moved to Florida International from Ole Miss during the 2022 offseason.

FIU lead trainer Mike MacIntyre recollected Knox in an explanation.

"Words can't communicate the genuine distress we feel due to the death of our partner and companion, Luke Knox," MacIntyre said.

"I had the pleasure of training Luke at Ole Miss and at FIU. While I respected his energy for football, his certified love for his family and partners is what I will constantly recollect. He had an exceptional approach to causing everybody around him to feel great and sure."

Knox was the more youthful sibling of Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox.

Bills lead trainer Sean McDermott honored the Knox family, saying, "Our hearts go out to Dawson and his family during this time. We are not too far off with him in supporting him and his loved ones. We love him and we support him."