by Larry LeoMarch 24, 2020
Former Texas A&M guard David Edwards, from the early 1990s who holds the school's single-season record for total assists, has died of complications from the coronavirus. Per ESPN...
A university official confirmed the news to The Dallas Morning News after Edwards' former Aggies teammate Charles Henderson posted about it on social media earlier Monday.
"Never in a million years would I have even imagined my backcourt teammate would go before his time. I just got the news that Dave Edwards passed away. For those that have been praying for him, he is now in a better place," Henderson wrote on Facebook.
"This coronavirus has hit me in the heart. Dave was one of the fiercest competitors and best point guards that I've ever met. Nearly unstoppable. Learned how to become tough as nails competing against him everyday and shaking off adversity."
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