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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Devin Winters, a high school football prospect, died this week. There is little details regarding his death at this time.

Winters attended McDonogh 35 Senior High School in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was supposed to have a visit with the Syracuse Orange this weekend on an official visit.

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Winters first received an offer from the Cincinnati Bearcats on February 20th, according to 247Sports. On May 4th, he then received an offer from the SMU Mustangs.

Winters received an offer from the Ole Miss Rebels on July 17th. He went on an unofficial visit with the Houston Cougars on July 27th.

He received an offer from the Tulane Green Wave on August 5th. Then, on September 23rd, he received an offer from the Kansas Jayhawks.

This year, he received an offer from the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. He was supposed to officially visit the Rebels on February 2nd.

Winters, who was a two-star recruit, had 13 offers from schools. He was the 92nd-best player in Louisiana, according to 247Sports.

Winters was 6-fooot-4 and 245 pounds. According to 247Sports, the Rebels and Orange had “warm” interest in him, while other schools, who made an offer, like the Bearcats, Cougars and the Jayhawks had “cool” interest.

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