Hollis Named PIFL Defensive Player of the Week
NASHVILLE – Add William Hollis to the growing list of Trenton Freedom players with league honors as the defensive lineman earned the week 7 Zoombang Defensive Player of the Week award. Hollis is the third consecutive Freedom player to win the award as the team currently sports a 4-2 record in Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) play.
The 6-foot-1, 250-pound Hollis, who played at Tuskegee recorded 2.5 sacks while providing constant pressure on Harrisburg quarterback E.J. Nemeth.
“William ignites our line, helps all the guys up front play better,’’ Freedom head coach Kevin O’Hanlon said. “He has added to our play since he’s been here.’’
Hollis joins Dominic Joseph, Jeffrey Morgan, and Marques Slocum as Freedom defenders to earn the award. The Freedom field the second ranked defense in the PIFL, allowing 40.2 points per game.
The Freedom defense travels to Richmond (1-4) for their third and final meeting with the Raiders Saturday at 7 pm.
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