The incident occurred at an off-campus apartment complex and Keller was reportedly shot in the chest. According to the university’s student newspaper, Central Michigan Life, the shooting happened after a fight broke out.
During the fight, someone went to a vehicle, grabbed a weapon, and started shooting, according to a release from the Isabella County Sheriff’s Office. The shooter has not been identified and is still at large.
Keller began his career at Cincinnati before transferring to Pearl River Community College. He sat out the 2020 campaign at Central Michigan.