Jeremiah “J.J.” Holloman was dismisses from the University of Georgia last week. According to reports, he was dismissed from the team for an incident that happened in 2018.
Nothing was reported until June 2nd, 2019, which led to pending charges of aggravated assault and battery.
The police report states that the victim had gotten into an argument with Holloman after the 2018 G-Day game. The victim alleges that Holloman had choked her and later punched her in the face.
The victim received six stitches after the alleged incident at Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center that morning. Holloman stated the injuries to the victim occurred when he pushed her over. Holloman also denied choking the victim according to the police report.
I do not condone the abuse of females at all, but because I was not there I cannot comment on what happened. As far as a player though?
Holloman is one of the best wide outs in the entire country. Last season he caught 24 passes for 418 yards and 5 touchdowns. The Bulldogs lost their top three receivers from last year’s team and Holloman was expected to be the man. I would be shocked if every FCS team in the country has not at least called to find out more about this situation.
It sounds strange that an incident that happened back in 2018 is just being dealt with now. If they had conclusive evidence this case should have been tried a long, long time ago.