Texas State defensive back prodigy Khambrail Winters who attended Alief Taylor High School has been shot dead on Tuesday night, November 24, 2020. He was shot dead in San Marcos. According to San Marcos police, gunshots were reported at an undisclosed apartment complex in San Marcos and Khambrail Winters suffered a gunshot to his chest.
|Age||20 years old|
|Profession||American Football Player|
|Parents||Kevin Winters and Esther Goffney|
|Education||Alief Taylor High School|
Sources have that Winters along with two other people visited the complex to buy marijuana. The two other buyers were identified as a woman named Annalisa Blackman and a guy named Michael Ifeanacho. Our prayers are with the family of the deceased.
Here are some lesser-known facts about the late Texas State University football defensive back you might want to know.
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10 Facts on Khambrail Winters
- Khambrail Winters is a late American football quarterback who played collegiate football for Texas State University. He died on Thursday night, November 24, 2020.
- Khambrail Winters was shot dead at an undisclosed apartment complex in San Marcos. He suffered a gunshot to his chest and died at the scene.
- Winters visited the apartment to buy marijuana. As per San Marcos police, a shooting broke out and Khambrail Winters died at the scene.
- Two people are charged in the first-degree murder of Winters. Blackman and Michael are prime suspects of his murder.
- Khambrail Winters died at the age of 20 years old. His birthday detail is not published on the web.
- Khambrail attended Alief Taylor High School in San Marcos. And he played collegiate football for Texas State University as a defensive back.
- Born in Houston, Texas, the United States, Khambrail Winters was an American national. The details about his love life and girlfriend are not published on the web.
- He was born to American parents; father Kevin Winters and mother Esther Goffney.
- Winters was one of the best Texas State University prodigy. In 2019, Khambrail Winters was included in the Honorable Mention All-Sun Belt Conference.
- According to his profile on TXST, Winters’ height was 6 feet tall and he weighed 88 kg.