Nationality
usaUnited States
Position
Wide receiver
College
Kent St
DraftYear
2024
Hometown
,
Current Team
SA

Brahmas Nick Holley

Nick Holley, a versatile football player from Kent State University, transitioned from quarterback to wide receiver during his collegiate career due to injury, showcasing his resilience and adaptability. At Kent State, Holley was recognized for his skills on the field with solid stats including 869 rushing yards, 685 receiving yards, and 12 total touchdowns. His perseverance and on-field performances earned him an opportunity with the XFL in the 2023 season, where he continued to demonstrate his athletic prowess. In the XFL, Holley contributed to his team’s success with notable receptions, rushing yards, and his ability to make crucial plays. Off the field, Holley’s background is marked by determination and a strong work ethic, qualities that endear him to XFL fans and underscore his professional journey.

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UFL News Hub – Nick Holley

  • UFL Roster Updates: QB’s Quinten Dormady, Matt Corral, Tom Flacco Sign
    by Mark Perry on February 14, 2024 at 9:30 pm

    The UFL has been sending out notices on players who have signed, and players who have been waived. There are 600 total positions available on United Football League rosters. Here is a recap of all the transactions from January… The post UFL Roster Updates: QB’s Quinten Dormady, Matt Corral, Tom Flacco Sign first appeared on UFL News Hub.

  • McFarland, Wing, and Sykes Sign with the Brahmas
    by Aaron Sauter on February 7, 2024 at 2:58 am

    The San Antonio Brahmas continue to address their 2024 roster needs and add NFL talent to their offensive backfield with their most recent group of signings. The UFL sent a press release today showing the Brahmas have added former Pittsburgh Steelers… The post McFarland, Wing, and Sykes Sign with the Brahmas first appeared on UFL News Hub.


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