HISTORY — from college profile
2023: Holden was dismissed from the University of Oregon football program in February 2023 after being arrested in Eugene, OR...
Transferred from Alabama to Oregon in December 2022.
—at University of Alabama—
2022 (soph): Earned a starting spot in the receiver rotation to start the season ... Finished with 25 catches for 331 yards and six TDs across 10 games of action, including five starts ... Selected as one of the Alabama coaching staff’s offensive players of the week for performance against Utah State in week one ... Targeted seven times on the night, finishing with five catches for 70 yards (tied career-high) and two touchdowns (career-high) ... Caught four passes for 39 yards with a long of 21 ... Found the end zone as part of three catches for 60 yards … Recorded 45 yards and a touchdown from three receptions in the SEC opener ... Recorded two catches for 23 yards and a touchdown … Accumulated 38 yards on three receptions against the Governors ... Made lone reception count, taking the ball 27 yards for a touchdown.
Earned a spot in the Tide's wide receiver rotation, playing in all 15 games ... Totaled 21 receptions for 239 yards and a touchdown with a long of 29 … Recorded first career catch for a gain of 12 yards and a first down … Hauled in two catches for 31 yards with a long reception of 17 yards … Recorded one reception for 21 yards and a Tide first down … Totaled three catches for a career-high 70 yards and a touchdown, the first score of career … Hauled in two passes for 34 yards against the Vols … Finished with two catches for 21 yards in SEC Championship game ... Caught a career-high six passes, totaling 28 yards in the national championship.
Played in five games to help fill the void left at wideout following an injury to Jaylen Waddle ... Saw time in the final five games of the regular season … Saw first career action against the Volunteers.
Transferred from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Md., to Narbonne High School in Harbor City, Calif. for final prep seasonA consensus four-star wide receiver ... Rated a consensus top-300 player nationally … Ranked as a top-200 player by 247Sports (No. 187) … Tabbed as the No. 235 player in the 247Sports composite, the No. 245 player by Rivals and the No. 263 player by ESPN … Viewed as a consensus top-25 recruit in California, topping as the 15th-ranked player in the state by 247Sports … Rated the No. 21 prospect in California by ESPN, 22nd in the 247Sports composite and 24th by Rivals … Ranked as a consensus top-50 wide receiver in the country, peaking at No. 33 overall by 247Sports … Tabbed as the No. 41 overall player at the position by ESPN, No. 42 in the 247Sports composite and No. 46 by Rivals … Viewed as a consensus top-10 wide reciever in California, topping at No. 6 in the 247Sports rankings … The eighth-overall wide receiver in the state in the 247Sports composite and ninth at the position in California by Rivals … Selected as a Top 350 All-American by PrepStar ... Selected to play in the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame World Bowl in Cancun, Mexico … Finished senior campaign with 31 catches for 512 yards and seven touchdowns across seven games of action ... High school coach at Narbonne High School was Manuel Douglas and coach at Saint Frances Academy was Biff Poggi ...
Chose the Crimson Tide over Arizona State, Boston College, Colorado, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Houston, Illinois, Kentucky, LSU, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Temple, Tennessee, USC, UMass, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
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