Former UNC linebacker Dwight Hollier emphasizes value of high school coaches
Tue Aug 13, 2019
Dwight Hollier played for several big-name coaches throughout his football career. The 50-year-old Hollier was at North Carolina during Mack Brown’s first stint with the Tar Heels and had the chance to learn under Don Shula, Jimmy Johnson and Jim Mora over the course of nine years in the NFL. Hollier is appreciative of the experiences he had with each of them.
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