911 calls released in Greg Bryant shooting

Posted at 6:53 PM, May 10, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-11 05:18:35-04

For the first time, we're hearing the 911 calls from the double shooting that claimed the life of a promising football star.

Friends and family say Bryant was coming home from a club with a friend, driving down I-95 Saturday morning, when someone shot at his car.

Bryant was declared brain dead on Sunday morning, before his family took him off life support.

He came to Delray Beach to celebrate Mother's Day with his mom, and now his family is planning his funeral.

Support continues to flow in from those who knew him best, including UAB head coach Bill Clark.

Bryant was set to play football there next year.

Now Clark says his UAB football family is standing with Bryant's family.

"This is how my son was thought of, and what he meant to his teammates, and how he's gonna live forever through them, and what great things he was doing...those are the things that give the family comfort," he says.

The family says funeral plans are finalized.

His wake will take place Friday at 6PM at St. John's Missionary Church.

The funeral itself will take place at 1PM on Saturday, also at the church.

He will be buried at Delray Memorial Cemetery.

Police are still looking for witnesses in this case.

If you have any info, you're asked to call West Palm Beach police.