Oregon tight end Spencer Webb died Wednesday afternoon in an apparent rock slide accident near Triangle Lake, the Lane County Sherrif’s Office confirmed on Thursday. Webb was 22.

According to The Oregonian, LCSO deputies responded to a report of an injured person at the rock slides west of the lake at approximately 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Webb suffered a fatal head injury in the fall. According to the sheriff’s office, bystanders and paramedics were unable to revive him at the scene after he was recovered “approximately 100 yards down a steep trail.”

“So full of life in every moment of the day,” Oregon football head coach Dan Lanning tweeted. “Your smile and energy will be missed Spencer. I love you!”

Webb was entering into his fifth season with the Oregon program.

As a fourth-year sophomore last year, he played in all 14 games while making three starts. He had 13 catches for 87 yards and a touchdown in 2021. During the COVID-shortened 2020 season, Webb dealt with a broken collarbone but managed to return for the final two games of the season.

He is survived by his older brother, Cody—who became Spencer’s legal guardian 10 years ago—his sister-in-law, Alicia, and his aunt and uncle, who all helped raise him.

Here’s some of the messages sent for Webb from the Oregon and greater college football community: