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Former Georgia receiver Jeremiah Holloman transfers to FIU

The former four-star receiver is making his way to Conference USA after two seasons in Athens.

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The dynamic four-star receiver is making his way to Conference USA.
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Former University of Georgia wide receiver Jeremiah Holloman will be transferring to FIU, making the fifth transfer from a Power Five program to choose the Panthers this offseason.

Holloman, a former four-star recruit, was dismissed from Georgia in June following an assault investigation.

While charges weren’t pressed against Holloman, the release of the police report caused Bulldogs’ head coach Kirby Smart to dismiss him from the program.

On the field, the 6-2, 205-pound wideout hauled in 24 catches for 416 yards and five scores in 14 games with Georgia last season.

His largest output of 2018, was a three-catch, 90-yard performance against a C-USA opponent in Middle Tennessee State. He also had two touchdowns against Florida in their annual rivalry game.

He will sit out the 2019 season and return the the field in 2020.

For FIU, the addition of Holloman gives the offense another weapon along with receiver Bryce Singleton and running back D’Vonte Price, who all have eligibility for the 2020 season.