Texas A&M’s freshman (and backup) wide receiver went missing on Monday evening sometime after living his home at College Station. The Texas A&M student and football player, Thomas Johnson, left his apartment at 5 p.m. dressed normally in a black shirt and shorts, as well as a pair of grey shoes. When he was seen leaving the apartment he was also carrying a pair of headphones.

The police have been out looking for the 18-year-old. On Wednesday, the police went to the public to ask that the people keep their eye out for the missing college student. According to Austin news outlet The Statesman, Johnson is a graduate of a Dallas high school and still has family living in the Dallas area. Police are hoping the young man traveled back to the city to spend time with family or friends.

Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin says the team and everyone involved with the university is really worried about not having heard from the player.
"All of us are obviously very concerned about the safety and well-being of Thomas Johnson, who has been missing since Monday evening.”

He went on to speak about Johnson’s capabilities as a student athlete and his contributions to his team during the ten games he has played in this season. Our fingers are crossed and our hearts go out to those putting effort into locating the young football player. We’ll keep you posted if news concerning Johnson’s whereabouts breaks.



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