Oregon Ducks tight end Spencer Webb died age 22 in a cliff-diving accident, which saw him fall on some rock slides and hit his head, TMZ reports.

According to a police statement, after arriving to the site near Triangle Lake in Oregon, first responders were unable to revive him at the scene. "He was approximately 100 yards down a steep trail,” reads the statement, which was shared on the Lane County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page. "There is no evidence of foul play and his death appears to be accidental.”

Webb first joined the Ducks in 2018 and went on to play 20 games. He was expected to be a major part of the team this season.

Ducks head coach Dan Lanning was among those to share a tribute to the late Webb. “So full of life in every moment of the day,” he wrote. “Your smile and energy will be missed Spencer. I love you!” His teammate Isaah Crocker also paid respects, as did former Ducks player Arik Armstead. “Rest easy lil bro,” wrote Armstead. “Great young man with a promising future gone too soon.”