Top 200 Seniors - #13 Anthony Hollis

What a year Detroit Northwestern had. The Colts marched all the way to a PSL championship appearance and a playoff game. A big reason was WR/CB Anthony Hollis, who may not be a household name outside the city, but was without question, one of the state's best athletes.

Anthony Hollis is a touchdown machine, a human highlight reel, a ballhawk. Wherever he was put on the field, he excelled.

As a wide receiver, despite being only 5'9, he was one of the state's best jump ball targets. Anything thrown in his vicinity, he came down with.

As a cornerback, he was equally as strong when the ball was in the air. He became a cornerback opposing teams avoided. Even though teams also avoided kicking to him, Hollis still made an impact as a return man.

Although he has yet to reach a decision, Hollis has interest from most of the MAC, Iowa and others. He could play on either side of the ball at the next level.

Athleticism, playmaking ability, ball skills and a fiery, competitve and aggressive nature all make Anthony Hollis our 13th best senior in the class of 2008.


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