Snider’s Randy Holtz named Indiana Mr. Football at OL by IFCA

Snider offensive tackle routinely pancaked defenders throughout his senior season with the Panthers.

The 6-foot-6, 342-pound menace has been rewarded handsomely for those exploits.

The Indiana Football Coaches Association announced its Mr. Football Position Award winners this weekend, naming Holtz the representative on the team along the offensive line.

“It means a lot,” said Holtz about the honor. “Coming into the season and being able to play at the level I did was great.

“It is also nice knowing how much room I have left to improve.”

Holtz looked like a man amongst boys for most of the season for Snider, protecting quarterback Jon Barnes Jr. and opening holes for the likes of Lenny Bennett and Kam Trotter regularly.

The senior is thankful for the award and is already eyeing his next challenge.

“I’ll be heading to either IU or Purdue,” said Holtz about the future, with a scholarship offer in hand from both. “I want to prove everyone wrong.”

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