Dan Holder
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    Dan Holder

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Tampa, FL

    High School:
    Jesuit

    Height / Weight:
    6-6 / 275

    Position:
    OT

    2006 (Junior) - Played in eight games as a reserve offensive tackle ... played in eight straight games to close the year ... helped Air Force win its ninth consecutive conference rushing title ... helped the team rank third nationally in rushing.

    2005 (Sophomore) - Was an offensive lineman on the junior varsity team.

    2004 (Freshman) - Was an offensive lineman on the junior varsity team.

    High School - Lettered three years in football and basketball, four years in track and one year in lacrosse ... first-team all-county ... started on defense in all-star game ... St. Petersburg Times County All-Star ... NFL Alumni Award recipient ... First-team Florida West Coast All-Star Lacrosse team selection ... Florida Key Club President of the Year Award and Scholarship recipient ... 2003 Florida Boys State elected to the State Supreme Court ... football coach was Dominick Ciao.

    Personal - Parents are Judge Greg Holder and D. Kobliska ... has a younger sister, Andrea (18) ... Father, Greg, is an Army graduate ('75) and retired Colonel (USAFR) ... birth date is Nov. 18, 1985 ... member of Squadron 9 ... majoring in social sciences ... on the commandant's list for military excellence as a freshman ... plans on pursuing a career in special operations within the Air Force ... offered appointments to both Army and Navy ... also recruited by Iowa and Iowa State ... completed Operation Air Force at Al Udeid AB, Qatar this past summer ... also completed a summer academics class in astronautical engineering this past summer ... involved in the cadet for a day program ... favorite book is Oh The Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss ... hobby is scuba diving ... roots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ... favorite non-traditional sport to watch is curling ... credits high school football coach Dominic Ciao as having the biggest influence on his sports career.

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