Tray Walker, former football star at Texas Southern University and Baltimore Ravens cornerback, has died at age 23.

The fourth-round pick in last year’s draft out of the black college died 5 p.m. (Eastern) Friday, according to his agent Ron Butler. On Thursday night, Walker was involved in a motorcycle crash that left him with severe head injuries, his agent said.

Following the crash, Walker was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, “where he remained in critical care overnight and died Friday after having surgery,” reports Sports Illustrated.

“The life of Tray Walker has been cut tragically short,” reports HBCU Gameday.

News of the passing of Walker led some Texas Southern fans and supporters to voice their thoughts on their loss on social media.