A college football player and NFL hopeful is reportedly in "critical condition" after being injured in a shooting.
Martayveus “Marty” Carter, a running back at Grand Valley State, was reportedly injured in a shooting this past weekend.
Carter is an NFL hopeful, entering the supplemental draft, but he wasn't chosen.
Here are the details on the reported shooting, from the Holland Sentinel:
Grand Valley State running back Martayveus “Marty” Carter is in critical condition in an East Chicago, Indiana hospital after being wounded in a shooting either late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, according to the Times Northwest of Indiana.
Carter was wounded and Brian Thomas, 30, of Hammond, was killed in the shooting, pronounced dead at the scene by police and is being ruled as a homicide, according to the Lake County coroner’s office in a news release to NWI.
Carter, 23, is being treated in critical condition at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Illinois. According to the NWI, he was not listed as a patient as of Monday and four guns were recovered from the scene. Several subjects are detained for questioning regarding the incident.
Carter rushed for 3,728 and 36 touchdowns in three years. He was one of the best running backs at the Division 2 level.
Our thoughts are with him and his family.