What it means: The hope here is that Holloman develops into a No. 1 receiver. But the truth, right now, is that he’s super raw and has spent the last few years playing as a top receiver prospect getting the ball thrown to him by an average high school quarterback.
So there’s work to be done here.
But the frame and speed is there for Holloman to develop into a No. 1 receiver, and Georgia needs one. I’m going to be interested to see when his impact comes in Silver Britches. It seems like wanting him to become special in the first 25 games of his tenure is asking too much. But by the end of the 2018 season Holloman should be coming alive.
He’s got great upside, but he certainly is raw. And development only comes with very hard work and time.
Dean Legge saw him live: 2016 Newton County vs. Woodland
Chad Simmons says: Holloman has the ability to be a No 1 on the next level. He has a great frame with long arms and he is very fluid on the football field. His film is good, but when you see him compete in person, he is even more impressive. He will go get the football and he has shown he can catch the ball in traffic. He has excellent body control and can adjust to the ball in the air or on the ground. He has the ability to work inside or outside at wide receiver. He can take the short pass the distance or get behind the defense to catch the deep call.