Former Clemson running back C.J. Fuller has died at the age of 22.

"Our thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathies are with C.J.'s family," Dabo Swinney said.

"I've known C.J. a long time and watched him grow up through the Easley rec leagues [in South Carolina] all the way through Easley High School. I'm proud of what he accomplished as a Clemson Tiger, most of all his accomplishment of being a Clemson graduate. Our deepest condolences and the thoughts of our program are with his family this evening. May he rest in peace."

A cause of death wasn't revealed, but the Pickens County coroner said an autopsy will take six to eight weeks.

Fuller appeared in 43 games for Clemson across the 2015-17 seasons, amassing 599 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 147 carries. He was a member of Clemson's national title team in 2016.

In March, Fuller was accused of robbing someone at gunpoint after allegedly forcing his way, along with two others, into a person's apartment in downtown Clemson.