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Greg Holleman
42  Greg Holleman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lubbock, Texas

High School:
Monterrey

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 225

Position:
LB

Experience:
3L

2010 (JUNIOR): Played in the first six games, notching five tackles, before tearing his ACL versus Rice and missing the remainder of the season.

2009 (SOPHOMORE): Recorded 11 tackles and two quarterback hurries in seven games ... tallied his season-high four stops versus Houston ... added three tackles against Tulsa ... QB pressures came against Texas and Marshall ... missed the first part of the season while rehabbing from shoulder surgery.

2008 (FRESHMAN): Posted 17 tackles in nine games of work ... credited with 1.5 tackles for losses, a sack, quarterback hurry and a forced fumble ... netted a season-high six tackles at Tulsa ... had four stops at Louisiana-Lafayette and three versus Rice ... registered his first career sack against UCF ... forced a fumble at Louisiana-Lafayette and credited with a quarterback pressure versus SMU.

2007: Redshirted.

PRIOR TO UTEP: Texas Top-12 Athlete and Texas Top-300 by Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine ... three-year letterwinner and two-year starter for coach James Morton at Monterrey ... first team All-District 2-5A, All-City, All-South Plains and third team All-State running back as a senior ... played only running back as a senior, rushing for 889 yards on 82 carries (10.8 ypc) and nine touchdowns ... returned one kickoff for a 99-yard touchdown ... Monterrrey finished 11-2 and was the District, Area and Bi-District champion in 2006 ... second team All-District 2-5A and second team All-South Plains running back as a junior ... carried 49 times for 531 yards (10.8 ypc) and three TDs ... posted 96 tackles and eight sacks at linebacker in 2005 ... lettered once as a pitcher/outfielder in baseball and twice as a sprinter in track and field.

PERSONAL: Parents are Greg and Katherine Holleman ... has one brother and one sister ... full name is Gregory Todd Holleman, Jr. ... he is left-handed ... born 1/27/89 (Lubbock, Texas) ... Multidisciplinary Studies major.

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