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Kelleher puts the S-T-U-D in student

It takes all types to fill a roster on a major college football team and that includes those that are extra serious about their academics. Such is the case of Nolan Kelleher, the 6-6, 305 pound mauler of an offensive lineman from Wando High School (Mount Pleasant, SC). Kelleher committed to Florida Saturday.

Nolan Kelleher has been playing top shelf football for four years now according to Wando head coach James Noonan. "He's a dominating offensive lineman and has been for three years," Noonan told Saturday. "He earned the starting job after a varsity senior was injured when Nolan was a freshman. That was game four or so and in the AAAA level in South Carolina. "He's been a 30... Recommended Stories

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