A Florida high school football player who collapsed during a game on Friday "died completely in the brain" and was killed on Monday, according to local reports.
The organs of Jax Welch will be donated, Bay in Tampa Times reported that his mother told him that doctors said her seven lives would be saved by her son.
Bay News 9 reports that Welch's mother, Marcia Nelson, provided an update that her son "completely died in the brain" at a meeting Monday night.
Welch, a senior football captain at Northeastern High School in St. Petersburg, didn't make it after playing Friday night's game against Seminole Osceola High School. His mother was in the game.
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Paramedics rushed to the hospital with an unresponsive reaction. Once there, doctors discovered that the 17-year-old was suffering from a major bleeding in the brain from a previous condition, according to trainer Jeremy Froe, according to the newspaper.
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Doctors claim Welch had arteriovenous brain malformation, a rare entanglement of abnormal blood vessels that connect arteries and veins, according to the Mayo Clinic. symptoms until torn but some signs may include seizures, headaches or pain in one part of the head, muscle weakness or numbness in one part of the body, loss of vision, severe instability and difficulty
Fried describes Welch as " an incredible kid. "He is a star sport is a true and good student and has already been recruited to receive his first offer from Concordia University in St. Paul, Minn., the newspaper reported.
Northeastern High School plans to offer a $ 5,000 scholarship to a Welch football player.
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