The Washington State and college football communities had an outpouring of tributes and respects paid to Tyler Hilinski after Pullman PD confirmed his death late Tuesday.
Through social media, Washington State teammates and members of the college football community offered their condolences to Tyler Hilinski, who was found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head in his apartment Tuesday night, according to Pullman police.
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Hilinski’s younger brother Ryan
Washington State President Kirk Schulz
Washington State defensive line coach Jeff Phelps
Oregon offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby
USC coach Clay Helton
Ex-Washington State wide receiver Tavares Martin Jr.
Former Washington State quarterback Ryan Leaf
Washington State quarterback John Bledsoe
Ex-Cougars wide receiver Gabe Marks
Washington State strength and conditioning coach Jason Loscalzo
Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton
Former Washington State quarterback Tyler Bruggman
Washington state Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib
Washington State linebacker Nate DeRider
Former Washington State receiver River Cracraft
Sports Illustrated reporter Bruce Feldman
Former Washington State defensive tackle Hercules Mata’afa
Washington State inside linebackers coach Ken Wilson
Washington State running back Max Borghi
Washington State first lady Noel Schulz
Ex-Washington State basketball player Josh Hawkinson
Nevada offensive coordinator Matt Mumme
Washington State defensive back Skyler Thomas
Washington State special teams coach Eric Mele
Former Washington State defensive coordinator Alex Grinch
NFL.com senior analyst Gil Brandt
ESPN reporter Darren Rovell
Former Washington State quarterback Peyton Bender
California defensive backs coach Gerald Alexander
Pac-12 Networks analyst Yogi Roth
Washington State cornerback Marcellus Pippins
Washington State nickel Hunter Dale
Washington State quarterback Connor Neville
Michigan State quarterback Brian Lewerke
Ex-Washington State wide receiver and teammate Isaiah Johnson-Mack
Former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck
Former UW cornerback Sidney Jones
WSU quarterback Cammon Cooper
Former WSU defensive line coach Joe Salave’a
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