2009: Played in every game, starting one...second leading wide receiver that will return for 2010...recorded a reception in all but one game...had a season-game-high four receptions against Middle Tennessee and UAB...had a season-high 38 yards on three catches versus Western Kentucky...scored on a wide-open play versus Middle Tennessee...also had five punt returns on the season. Motor City Bowl: Returned a punt.
2008: Recorded nine receptions on the year of 102 yards...his longest was a 20-yard grab versus North Texas...first receptions, two, of the season was at Minnesota for a total of 10 yards...had a season-high three receptions versus North Texas for 40 yards...also set season long with a 20-yard catch...recorded 10 punt returns on the year...had three versus North Texas for a total of 16 yards...season-long punt return was 18 yards against FIU.
2007: Tore his ACL in the season opener.
2006: One of five freshmen who did not redshirt...played in 11 games with a reception in each...despite the squad using 19 different receivers, he had multiple grabs in four games with the most coming against Southern Utah, a game he had four and 47 yards with his second collegiate TD...his first college touchdown was one game earlier against Louisiana-Monroe...he also had his longest reception of 33 yards against Monroe...began the season as the program's primary kick returner...tallied four against Clemson and returned for 70 yards...also played basketball for first-year head coach Rex Walters...saw action in 16 games, starting eight...averaged 5.3 points per game, dished 42 assists while averaging 15.5 minutes of action per game...season was shortened due to a high school shoulder injury that was aggravated...sat the spring season out rehabbing from surgery.
High School: Played for Coach Steven Davis at Ely High School, where he tallied 784 yards on 29 receptions...scored 14 TDs, defensively had four interceptions, as a senior...earned All-County honors as a senior and was the 6A Broward Male Athlete of the Year...was an All-State football and basketball honoree...Ely Player of the Year and a participant in the Broward North versus South All-Star Game as well as the Broward versus Dade All-Star Game...two-sport athlete (football and basketball, averaged 21.0 points per game)...first FAU player to play both football and basketball.
Personal: Sociology in major...son of David and Cherry Holley...born Oct. 31, 1987, in Pompano Beach, FL.