BEAVERTON, Ore. — Jeremiah Holloman doesn't say a ton when he's on the field of competition.
The Scout 300 talent is more of a "speak softly and carry a big stick" type of pass catcher.
At 6-feet-2, 185-pounds and with 4.62 speed, the Scout No. 2-rated wide receiver in the Peach State has the physical skills to be a productive playmaker on the next level after his playing days at Newton (Ga.) High School are over.
At one point, Tennessee led for Holloman's services. The Volunteers are still in the thick of it for the four-star prospect.
Take a look at Holloman competing against the nation's best defensive backs by clicking below: