Former Oregon recipient Keanon Lowe had been able to handle an armed student to the bottom before anybody got hurt on Friday in a school, based on multiple reports.

Authorities haven’t released any details about the suspect’s motives or whether he fired any shots–The Oregonian reported that one officer detected a smell, but added that cops hadn’t confirmed the validity of that comment.

Students told reporters that low e, a football trainer, security protect and track trainer in Parkrose High School, revealed upward into the class room looking for your student/eventual gunman who was not there during that time. Moments later, the student looked only before the end of class and pulled a shotgun from a trench coat, though he’d pointed the gun. As authorities came, students fled the class room, and these were hauled to a nearby department store parking lot to become reunited with relatives. Lowe had brought him down to the bottom when authorities found that the gunman.

It’s well worth noting that a police spokesman declined to confirmed Lowe’s involvement in subduing the student, nevertheless the AP wrote within their story that cops”found the gunman being arrested by the staff member” (emphasis my own) detaining that the gunman, indirect reference to low e. Students have been at some time of the episode in school also seem to be in agreement that the football trainer was that the guy who rescued the day. Even the heroics also seem to be in line with who he is like a person, as per a track trainer.

Lowe was also a receiver to the Oregon Ducks from 2010 2014. He totaled 891 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns in 68 games during his career, and has been a more target of Marcus Mariota. He famously faked an injury just therefore a senior team mate may play at his last first and only bowl game for his college career.

In terms of the school itself, the prom scheduled for Saturday is still predicted to proceed as planned, and classes will resume Monday.