Updated at 12:10 p.m.
Elon junior Demitri Allison's death has been ruled a suicide, according to a report from UNC police.
Allison died Wednesday afternoon after falling from a 10-story Morrison Residence Hall, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
According to the police report, the investigation is still ongoing, and it is unknown whether drugs or alcohol were involved in the death.
The story will continue to be updated as more information emerges.
An Elon University student died Wednesday after falling from a 10-story Morrison Residence Hall, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, according to an email from Smith Jackson, vice president for student life.
Demitri Allison, 21 and a native of Cornelius, N.C., was a junior management major and wide receiver on the Elon football team.
There will be a gathering of friends at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in Rhodes Stadium open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members.
"Everyone associated with Elon athletics is devastated," said Athletics Director Dave Blank in the email. "Demitri was a talented young man with a bright future who was loved by his teammates. We mourn his loss deeply and we pray for his family and loved ones."
According to the email, Allison left campus Tuesday and his friends, family and teammates asked police to look for him because "they were concerned for his well-being and emotional state."
Elon's counseling and chaplain staff are available to meet with students grieving, according to the email. Anyone who would like to speak with someone may contact Counseling Services at 336-278-7280 or the Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life at 336-278-7729
Allison played in all nine Elon football games this season, including Saturday's loss to College of William & Mary.
We will continue updating this story as information becomes available.
This story is being jointly covered by Lauren Cook at Elon Local News and Tommy Hamzik at The Pendulum.