A three-year varsity quarterback for East Stream Secondary School in Orlando, died on Saturday night in a car accident, as per his lead trainer Tony Piccalo.
The 6-foot, 210-pound senior was one of the top double-danger quarterbacks in Orange Province for a long time. He had in excess of 3,100 all-out yards and 33 scores in his vocation.
Digger additionally contended in weightlifting, Piccalo said.
“I don’t have any idea what I can truly say at the present time,” Piccalo said. “Perhaps several days I can say something.”
Piccalo said he was educated regarding Digger’s passing on Sunday morning by OCPS (Orange State funded School Schools) organization and mentors. He said he doesn’t know of any specific details other than Miner died in an automobile accident.
Digger had a prompt effect as a sophomore at East Waterway, passing for 900 yards and six TDs and scrambling for 235 yards and five scores in driving the Hawks a 5-3 record and the state end of the season games.
As a lesser, Digger tossed for 783 yards and five TDs and scrambled for 468 yards and eight scores as East Stream completed 4-7.
“I realize I represent our whole East Stream High people group when I express the despondency I felt at the deficiency of one of our own,” said East Waterway head Becky Watson in an authority articulation on the East Waterway Secondary School OCPS Facebook page.
“My contemplations and petitions to heaven are with this understudy’s loved ones as they go through this very troublesome time.
“We will have sorrow advocates accessible nearby first thing (Monday, Oct. 24) for any understudy or staff part who necessities to talk with somebody about this misfortune,” Watson said.
“A large number of feelings can be felt during the melancholy interaction and we urge you to examine your child or girl’s response to this news transparently.”
East Stream likewise intended to do a confidential dedication on Sunday night for the school’s football and weightlifting crews. A second commemoration for the public will be reported soon, as indicated by the school’s Facebook page.