Authorities in New Jersey say a college basketball player was killed over the weekend while sitting in a white Mercedes at a park.
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Phil Urban, 20, was a 6-foot-6 hooper who had graduated from the prestigious Pennington School and played for the Post University Owls in Connecticut before his untimely demise.
The Hopewell Valley Nature Preserve is where the Manalapan resident was shot at 7 p.m. on Saturday, according to the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office.
After discovering his fancy vehicle stopped on a trail, police found him “slumped over” in the driver’s seat.
Officials said he was taken to Capital Health Regional Medical Center where he was declared dead.
Homicide police are looking into Urban’s death, which they believe was caused by a gunshot wound. There have been no reported arrests.
No one knows for sure what led to his death, but authorities have speculated that he was on his way to Hopewell park to meet someone.
The school tweeted in April to let Urban know he was welcomed to the team after he received a basketball scholarship to attend Post.
As his old team, the New Jersey Panthers, noted on Twitter in March, “The bouncy 6’6 wing has tonnes of promise and we can’t wait to see what he accomplishes at Post!”
Furthermore, at the time, an ex-coach tweeted, “This kid has dealt with a lot of adversity in the previous year and if I told you how he handled it, you’d be proud too!”
“I’m very happy for you, Philadelphia man. You kept your head down, believed in yourself, and got what you wanted.”