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Jamere Holland
WR #17
Height:
6-0
Weight:
192
College:
Lindenwood
Hometown:
Pacoima, CA
Experience:
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Speedy wideout played at Oregon before finishing college career last season in NAIA ranks at Lindenwood … Led team and conference in 2010 with 899 receiving yards, and ranked second on team in receptions (42) and TD catches (eight) … Averaged 24.1 yards per reception … Also in 2010, averaged 17.7 yards on 13 punt returns, ranking second in conference and 10th in NAIA, and rushed six times for 82 yards … Played at Oregon in 2008-09 … Saw action in 10 games with two starts for Ducks in ’09, catching 13-for-199 (15.3 avg.) with two TDs … Scored his TDs in ’09 in back-to-back games vs. Southern California and Stanford … Originally signed with Southern California in 2006, and sat out ’07 while transferring to Oregon … Hometown is Pacoima, Calif. (suburban Los Angeles) … Attended Taft High School, where as a senior he helped lead team win the L.A. city championship with 56 catches for 1188 yards and 17 TDs, plus three INTs on defense … Sociology major at Lindenwood … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.
Speedy wideout played at Oregon before finishing college career last season in NAIA ranks at Lindenwood … Led team and conference in 2010 with 899 receiving yards, and ranked second on team in receptions (42) and TD catches (eight) … Averaged 24.1 yards per reception … Also in 2010, averaged 17.7 yards on 13 punt returns, ranking second in conference and 10th in NAIA, and rushed six times for 82 yards … Played at Oregon in 2008-09 … Saw action in 10 games with two starts for Ducks in ’09, catching 13-for-199 (15.3 avg.) with two TDs … Scored his TDs in ’09 in back-to-back games vs. Southern California and Stanford … Originally signed with Southern California in 2006, and sat out ’07 while transferring to Oregon … Hometown is Pacoima, Calif. (suburban Los Angeles) … Attended Taft High School, where as a senior he helped lead team win the L.A. city championship with 56 catches for 1188 yards and 17 TDs, plus three INTs on defense … Sociology major at Lindenwood … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.

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