NFL Star, SoFla Native Creates Scholarship In Name Of Fallen MSDHS Coach

A South Florida native, who made it big in the NFL, is coming home to launch a scholarship fund in the name of one of the coaches killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.

Assistant football coach Aaron Feis died a hero on February 14th, throwing himself in front of students and acting as a human shield. 

On Tuesday afternoon, Los Angeles Chargers' tackle Corey Liuget will present Marjory Stoneman Douglas's football team with a $10,000 check made out to the Coach Aaron Feis Scholarship Fund.

Liuget graduated from Hialeah Senior High.

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