Jevan Snead Bio
Jevan Snead was a former Texas Longhorns and Ole Miss quarterback. He was born on 2 September 1981 and died on 21 September 2019. He has died at the age of 32.
Jevan Snead Career
He was building a new career as a managing consultant in Austin, Texas after a failed attempt to make it in the NFL.
He wasn’ drafted, but he managed to be signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent. However, they cut him. According to NFL.com, Snead said he didn’t regret “passing up his final season of college eligibility, only to watch the NFL draft come and go without hearing his name called.”
He had an “inconsistent junior year,” which made NFL teams think twice, NFL.com reported. According to 247Sports, Snead was a sought-after QB when he graduated from Stephenville High School.
At Texas, he “was involved in one of the most high-profile quarterback battles in Longhorns history, jockeying with unheralded recruit Colt McCoy to replace Vince Young in 2006.” When McCoy was chosen, even though he was later injured, Snead ended up going to Ole Miss, the site reported.
On his LinkedIn, Snead wrote about his career goals and talents. “Before finding my passion for commercial real estate, I excelled in sales in the oil & gas industry and the medical device industry. During my time in medical device sales, I was awarded Presidents Club status for exceeding annual quota,” he wrote.
Snead held a lengthy string of positions in various industries. He wrote on LinkedIn that he had been at WeWork Space Services for six months.
He was an associate with a company called Cushman & Wakefield for a year in Orange County, California. Snead was an account executive for Stryker in Orange County from 2016 to 2018, specializing in foot and ankle sales.
Before that, he was a “fluid management consultant” for EOG resources for over two years in San Antonio, Texas.
Snead served in new business development for Stevens Tanker Division in San Antonio for a year. He was a water resource manager for Plains Exploration & Production in Seguin, Texas in 2012 for ten months. He was a Petroleum Landman in Stephenville, Texas for CW Services, Inc. for 11 months in 2011.
Before that, he listed: “Team Member. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Football Team. 2010. Less than a year.”
Death and Cause
The cause of death was not immediately apparent. According to KVUE, which broke the news of the death on September 22, 2019, Snead “died overnight” and the Austin Police Department, which is the investigating agency, does not “initially suspect foul play.”
The death occurred in downtown Austin, the station reported. Police have not released additional details of the end to any news media. Heavy has reached out to Austin police for further information.