Jamain Stephens, Jr., son of former Pittsburgh Steelers player Jamain Stephens, Sr., died at the age of 21 due to complications stemming from COVID-19.
Stephens was a California University of Pennsylvania offensive lineman and played a backup role for his team for the past three seasons.
Dr. Karen Jherpe, the Athletic Director at California University of PA said, “Jamain was such a wonderful student with a smile on his face every time you saw him. His personality was contagious and he made such a positive impact on everyone he met.”
The Voice of Motown offers condolences and prayers for Stephens’ family.
California University of Pennsylvania senior DT Jamain Stephens Jr. died from complications of COVID-19, the school said. The 6-3, 355-pound Stephens was 20. His father, also named Jamain, was a 1st-round draft pick of the Steelers in 1996 & played 5 seasons in the NFL
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