Zane Bruhin was always a larger-than-life figure walking around the halls of Powell High School.
Now a close-knit community is trying to cope with news of Bruhin's death.
The 6-foot-5, 315-pound former Powell football player and son of former University of Tennessee star John Bruhin died Friday.
Bruhin, 21, will be buried 11 a.m. Tuesday at Sharon Baptist Church Cemetery.
Family will receive friends 5:30-8 p.m. Monday at Black Oak Heights Baptist Church. A service will follow at 8.
Bruhin was an all-state lineman at Powell in 2004 and selected Marshall ahead of Vanderbilt and South Carolina.
He had returned to Knoxville this past summer after spending two frustrating years on the Marshall football team.
Persistent back problems and an off-the-field incident as a freshman plagued his time in Huntingdon, W.Va.
He didn't play in a game as a backup left guard as a redshirt freshman in 2006 and left the team last summer.
Bruhin's younger brother, John, was a freshman offensive lineman at Marshall this past season.
His father was an offensive lineman at Tennessee (1985-87) and played for the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1988-91).
Pallbearers will be Lee Smith, Baron Huber, Jared McGaha, Brandon Evans, Shane Scott, Jared Payne and Daniel Evans.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in Zane Bruhin's name at The Coummunity Bank of East Tennessee, Powell Branch in the Ingles Supermarket.