Def. Tackle, 6-2, 278
Heritage Hall H.S.
One of several Commodores competing for vacant starting role
at DT. Holloway moved up depth charts with successful spring
practice, but must continue to progress to help Vanderbilt
answer DL questions. A smart player with good technique, Holloway
can still improve his upper body strength.
Four-year starter on DL, Two-way starter for three years...
Named Class AA All-State, All-District and All-City as senior...
All-District “Lineman of the Year”... Team finished 11-2 and
advanced to the state quarterfinals... Recorded 75 tackles
and seven sacks as senior... During junior season, team went
12-1, also going to quarterfinals... Played forward on varsity
basketball team... Three-year Debate Club participant... Member
of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.
Enrolled in the College of Arts and Science, working toward
degree in neuroscience.
Son of Willis and Penelope Holloway... Born May 19, 1983...
Dad is a child psychiatrist in Oklahoma City suburb... Took
gymnastics in elementary school to improve flexibility...
First played organized football as an 8-year old... First
Commodore recruit from Oklahoma since Raminte Byndom in 1996...
Dad and uncle played basketball at Oklahoma Christian.. Enjoys
basketball, video games and hanging out with friends... Rooms
with WR Jason Caldwell and DT Ralph McKenzie.