Former UCLA forward Jalen Hill dead at age 22

Field Level Media – Sept 21, 2022 – the Lincoln Journal Star

(File photo) UCLA Bruins forward Jalen Hill (24) against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Desert Financial Arena (Tempe). Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

My cmnt: Wow! Here’s another young, American athlete (they’ve already had multiple star athletes in Europe suddenly drop dead on the court or field) – I will not be surprised if he died of SADS (Sudden Adult Death Syndrome) frequently associated with or caused by having taken the Covid-19 jab. I wonder if the medical authorities here will allow the true cause of death to be known?

My cmnt: You can read here about the astonishing rise in sudden deaths by otherwise healthy young men who were unnecessarily vaccinated with the Covid jab.

Former UCLA forward Jalen Hill died after going missing in Costa Rica, his family said late Tuesday night. He was 22.

“We know Jalen has played a part in the lives of so many people,” the statement in an Instagram post read. “We also acknowledge the role that so many of you have played in his. As we try to navigate this devastating time in our lives, we ask that you please give us time to grieve. Keep us in your thoughts and prayers.”

A four-star recruit suspended for the 2017-18 season along with LiAngelo Ball and Cody Riley for shoplifting in China, Hill played three seasons for the Bruins and left during his junior season in 2021, citing depression and anxiety. He said he found happiness almost immediately after taking a step back from basketball.

“It was a whole new life,” Hill said in 2021. “I’ve never felt this happy before in my life. I just wake up and I’m just happy to be alive. And it sounds crazy to say it, but it’s just true.”

Hill’s family said he was missing for a few days.

“The news of Jalen Hill’s passing is heartbreaking. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time. Jalen was a warm-hearted young man with a great smile who has left us far too soon,” UCLA coach Mick Cronin said in a statement.

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