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Who Is This FL HS and Canes Legend? Kenny Holmes/Vero Beach

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It is Kenny Holmes of Vero Beach...dominant edge rusher and one of three players to have his jersey retired by Vero Beach; recorded 22 sacks during his senior year; two-time first-team All-Big East selection at the University of Miami; two-time captain for the Hurricanes; recorded 207 tackles and 29 sacks at Miami; drafted by the Tennessee Oilers in the first round in 1997; registered 38.5 sacks during his seven-year NFL career; current defensive line coach at Florida International

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