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Derek Holloway
No. 88, 83     
Wide Receiver/Defensive Back
Personal information
Date of birth: (1961-01-17) January 17, 1961 (age 59)
Place of birth: Riverside, New Jersey
Career information
College: Arkansas
No regular season or postseason appearances
Career history
*Michigan Panthers (19831984)
Career highlights and awards
*LED USFL in 1983 with 19.8 yards per catch
Receptions     1
Yards     7
Touchdowns     0
Stats at NFL.com
Receptions     32
Yards     414
Touchdowns     7
Tackles     8
Forced Fumbles     1
Stats at pro-football-reference.com
Stats at ArenaFan.com

Derek Lance Holloway (born January 17, 1961 in Riverside Township, New Jersey) is a former wide receiver in the United States Football League, the National Football League, the Canadian Football League, the World League of American Football and the Arena Football League.

High school careerEdit

Holloway played high school football at Palmyra High School in Palmyra, New Jersey. He led the state in scoring his senior year, 1978, scoring a record 188 points including 31 touchdowns and two extra points.[1] That year, his team won the South Jersey Group I [small school] championship.[2]

College careerEdit

Holloway played college football at the University of Arkansas. He set a variety of school records, including most receiving yards in a bowl game and longest scoring reception in a bowl game (both in the 1981 Gator Bowl).[3] He led the Southwest Conference in kickoff returns in 1982.[4]

Professional careerEdit

USFLEdit

Holloway also played for the 1983 USFL Champion Michigan Panthers where he scored the first two touchdowns in the first ever Championship Game in Denver, Colorado. He later played for the Oakland Invaders after the Panthers merged with them.

NFLEdit

Holloway played in the NFL for the Washington Redskins and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

CFLEdit

Holloway played for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League in the 1988 season.[5]

AFLEdit

Holloway played with the Detroit Drive of the Arena Football League in 1992, helping the Drive with their 4th ArenaBowl Championship. He made a comeback in 1999 when he signed with the Buffalo Destroyers.

SprintingEdit

Holloway has also been highly ranked as a competitive sprinter. His career has extended from school days to masters athletics.[6][7]

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