Siegel High School Football Player Condition Unchanged

Baylor Bramble

Baylor Bramble

The family of a Siegel High School Football player who suffered a head injury during a game in October has been updating friends and family on the boy’s progress.
Baylor Bramble, a junior cornerback, had to undergo emergency brain surgery at Vanderbilt.
On Friday night Coffee County took on Siegel in high school football. The game began with a tribute to Bramble. With only 10 players on the field, the Stars kicked off, and Vanderbilt commit Alontae Taylor ran up to the 33-yard line and downed the ball there. Taylor took a knee on the first snap of the game as the public address announcer credited Bramble with the stop. At that point, both teams met in the middle of the field for a prayer for Bramble.
On Halloween, his father David posted an update on Twitter saying Baylor was moving his arms, though not on command.
However, his father posted a tweet on Sunday that said Baylor’s latest MRI showed no improvement.
The family though hasn’t given up hope and has requested your continued prayers.