Spencer Webb had way more to add to this world, but his life was tragically cut short this week.
The Oregon Ducks tight end died Wednesday afternoon after reportedly suffering a head injury during a fall at Triangle Lake rock slides in Eugene, according to Ducks Wire. Oregon head coach Dan Lanning and several current and former Oregon players confirmed the news on social media.
“So full of life in every moment of the day. Your smile and energy will be missed Spencer,” Lanning tweeted. “I love you!”
What made this even more tragic is that the 22-year-old had just gone Instagram official with OnlyFans model Kelly Kay.
You may remember her as the woman who attempted to run onto the field during Super Bowl 2020 at Hard Rock Stadium. After being tackled to the ground and prevented from stripping, Kelly was holed up in a cold cell under the stadium waiting to be processed for eight hours while wearing just a skimpy bathing suit.
This is also the same woman who appeared on the “No Jumper” podcast where she detailed her [alleged] relationship with Machine Gun Kelly.
Kay recalled the time Machine Gun Kelly allegedly railed her on top of a luxury car while they were at a party: “We were on the back of Logan Paul’s G-wagon, standing up… it was really hot and he like… busted a load in my a** and I had to go back in the party; dripping out of my a**.” Kay went on to share that she was on her period during their little session but used a cup because it “holds the blood in… it’s better than Tampons,” she explained. “Anyways… I had to deal with that but THEN, a couple of days later, I got a hemorrhoid and I still have a hemorrhoid to this day.”
She added, “Because he did anal so much and his dck is so big.. literally I was like ‘I love you but you fcked up my a** hole for life.’”
Webb was recruited to Oregon in 2018 and spent the past four seasons with the Ducks. Over his career, he recorded 31 catches for 296 yards and four touchdowns and was ready to return to Oregon in 2022 as a fifth-year junior.