2008: Preseason All-OVC selection ... finished career with 2,416 rushing yards to rank fourth in school history ... started the final seven games at running back after re-gaining eligibility ... led the team with 420 yards rushing and six touchdowns on 128 carries ... added 11 receptions for 77 yards and one score ... averaged 3.3 yards per carry and seven yards per catch ... rushed for 60 yards per game and averaged 11 receiving yards per contest ... season-high 107 yards rushing with a touchdown and season-long 26-yard rush vs. eventual OVC champion Eastern Kentucky (11/1) ... established a season-high with three receptions for 41 yards and the game-tying touchdown on a 34-yard catch-and-run with less than five minutes remaining in the comeback victory over No. 19 Tennessee State (10/25) ... season-high 23 carries for 84 yards and two touchdowns at Eastern Illinois (10/18) ... scored the game-winning touchdown on a 1-yard rush with 14 seconds remaining in the season finale at Austin Peay (11/22).
2007: Started the first five games at running back ... led the OVC in rushing before being ruled ineligible prior to the Eastern Kentucky game ... led the team in rushing with 655 yards and six touchdowns on 144 carries despite playing only five games ... finished as the third leading scorer with 36 points ... averaged 5.7 yards per rush ... went over the century mark in his last four games played ... rushed for 203 yards and three touchdowns, including a season-long of 66 yards vs. Southwest Baptist (9/8) ... rushed for 170 yards and scored from 45 and 39 yards out at Samford (9/22) ... rushed for 133 yards and scored on a 52-yard run vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29) ... 141 yards rushing on a season-high 33 carries vs. Indiana State (9/15) ... three receptions for 14 yards ... long reception of eight yards at Samford (9/22) ... returned two kickoffs for 46 yards with a long of 25 vs. Southwest Baptist (9/15) ... made a tackle vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29).
2006: Starter at running back ... led the team in rushing with 653 yards and tied for the team lead in scoring with six touchdowns on the ground ... battled an ankle injury in the middle of the season ... 12 receptions for 82 yards ... rushed for a season-best 212 yards and two touchdowns at Murray State (10/28), including a 76-yard go-ahead touchdown run late in the game ... rushed for 149 yards and two touchdowns vs. Missouri-Rolla (9/9) ... gained 97 yards on the ground with one score in the season opener at Austin Peay (9/2) ... rushed for 99 yards and caught six passes for 41 yards vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/21) ... rushed for 50 yards and a touchdown in the season finale vs. Tennessee Tech (11/18).
2005: Named to OVC All-Newcomer team ... won OVC Offensive Player and Newcomer of the Week after racking up 155 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the ground and 95 yards receiving and two touchdowns, including a 64-yard scoring grab at Eastern Kentucky (10/22) ... led the team in rushing with 143 carries for 688 yards and eight touchdowns ... 30 catches for 226 yards and two touchdowns ... led the team with 1,018 all-purpose yards ... rushed for 181 yards and two touchdowns vs. Murray State (10/29) ... gained 99 yards rushing with two touchdowns, including a 44-yard scoring burst late in the game vs. Tennesee State (11/12) ... 64 yards rushing including a 33-yard touchdown run at UT Martin (11/5) ... scored first career rushing touchdown on a 1-yard plunge vs. Eastern Illinois (10/8).
Prep: All-state, all-city and all-conference at Edgewater High School in Orlando, Fla. ... rushed for 1,673 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... touchdown club ... coached by Bill Gierke ... teammate of Southeast defensive end Quentin Brown.
Personal: Born 11-19-86 ... son of Emma Granger and Tim Holloman, Sr. ... majoring in Criminal Justice ... chose Southeast because it was the place that made him feel at home ... originally verbally committed to legendary head coach Lou Holtz at South Carolina.