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DE Holloway opts for NFL over another year at BC

Mike Glennon AP

With a degree already firmly stuffed in his back pocket, Boston College’s Max Holloway has decided four seasons at the school are enough.

In a press release, BC announced that the fourth-year junior defensive end won’t return  for a fifth season and will enter this year’s NFL draft.

“I love Boston College, and I have earned my degree,” Holloway said in a statement. “I’m excited about moving on to the next chapter in my life.”

Holloway, who will join teammate and early-entry linebacker Luke Kuechly in the April draft, finished fourth on the 2011 team in tackles with 47, along with eight tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks.  The former number was second on the team, the latter led the Eagles.

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1 Response to “DE Holloway opts for NFL over another year at BC”
  1. woebegong says: Jan 13, 2012 7:28 AM

    Sounds like a pretty smart guy to me. Go make the bucks kid, now that you have the degree. When you are done with the NFL, then you can start a new career at a relatively young age and use your degree.

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