Orlando Predators defensive back "The Glove" Kenny McEntyre will be the eighth player inducted into the Predators Ring of Honor on Sunday. The ceremony will occur during halftime of Sunday's game against the Milwaukee Mustangs.
named No. 13 on the Arena Football League's list of the 25 Greatest AFL
Players, McEntyre has spent 13 seasons with the Orlando Predators,
including the last five games of the current season. McEntyre holds the
league record for most career regular season interceptions, 97, an AFL
record that nearly doubles the second-highest career interceptions total
of 50. He has also been named the AFL Defensive Player of the Year
three times, the only player in League history to accomplish that feat.
Predators Ring of Honor inductees include Barry Wagner, Herkie Walls,
Ben Bennett, Paul McGowan, Durwood Roquemore and former Head Coaches
Perry Moss and Fran Papasadero.
for Sunday's game against the Milwaukee Mustangs is set for 2:00 p.m.
from the Amway Center. The game will broadcast live on Brighthouse
Sports Network and OrlandoPredators.com/Live.