Former University Of Arkansas Offensive Lineman Brian Wallace Dead At 26

Who was Brian Wallace? And what was the cause of her death?

Brian Wallace, a former Arkansas lineman, died on Friday. After spending days in a St Louis hospital, the 26-year-old died after a heart attack.

“Our hearts are broken. But Brian will always be a Razorback, the University of Arkansas Razorback Football program tweeted. “Our thoughts and love are with Brian’s family and friends,” continued.

His father told the sources that his son suffered a heart attack. He was complaining of having t breathing issues at work on Monday. Immediately he was rushed to a hospital, where doctors declared that he had suffered a massive heart attack and slept in a coma. He was unable to breathe himself.

There hasn’t been any official word about the cause of death. Leslie, his mother, expressed her gratitude on social media to his followers and loved ones for reaching out when news of her son’s death spread. She stated, “Thank you all for the love, prayers, and support, everyone! Brian loved Razorback country. His organs will be donated to save other lives. Love you all! WPS FOR LIFE!”

His former school, Christian Brothers College, showed their support, saying, “So saddened by the passing of Brian Wallace. We had the joy of watching him grow into a young man on and off the field. Always in our hearts. Love you big fella.”

“Prayers for Brian Wallace and his family,” he tweeted. “They are a strong family but need us to right now.”

Life and career achievement of Brian Wallace

Wallace graduated from Christian Brothers College in St. Louis in 2014 and enrolled at the University of Arkansas. According to accounts, he redshirted his freshman year at Arkansas.

He was born and raised in the St. Louis region. Wallace was a four-star prospect and Missouri’s best player.
Then, in 2014, he was signed by Arkansas.

Pittman recruited him to the institution when the current head coach was still the offensive line coach. Wallace was listed as the No. 9 offensive tackle in his recruiting class and selected Arkansas over SEC rivals Alabama and Georgia.

During his time with the Razorbacks, he appeared in 38 games. During the 2018 season, he started all 12 games.

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