Former Auburn football star Quentin Groves has passed away at the age of 32.Former Auburn linebacker Quentin Groves, who also had a short stint in the NFL, has died at the age of 32, according to multiple reports. Groves, according to 247 Sports, was in Trinidad with his family celebrating his daughter’s birthday at the time of his death.Groves, who was an All-SEC selection twice, was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars back in the 2008 NFL Draft.There’s no official report on Groves’ cause of death. Luke Easterling of USA Today, however, is reporting that Groves suffered a heart attack.Former #Auburn DE & #Jags 2nd-round pick Quentin Groves has passed away after suffering a heart attack. #CFB #NFL #RIP— Luke Easterling (@LukeEasterling) October 15, 2016Groves, after medical tests at the NFL Combine, was discovered to have Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. He had an ablation to help treat the disorder.Auburn confirmed the tragic news Saturday afternoon.The Auburn Family is deeply saddened by the passing of AU great Quentin Groves. Our thoughts are with his family, friends and teammates. pic.twitter.com/fOoMZrx2nC— Auburn Football (@FootballAU) October 15, 2016Our thoughts and prayers are with Groves’ family and friends.