Former University of Central Florida quarterback Justin Holman wasn’t drafted in the 2017 NFL Draft, but that isn’t stopping him from pursuing a career in professional football.
Holman was invited with seven other players Monday to a veteran mandatory three-day minicamp hosted by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
— Tad Dickman (@Tdickman89) June 12, 2017
Holman, who played in 32 games over the course of his career, completed 395 passes on 739 attempts, throwing for 4,916 total yards, 31 interceptions and 34 touchdowns. He also rushed for a total of 494 yards on 202 runs, scoring five times.
Holman is the only quarterback invited out of the eight players being hosted by the Jaguars.
In the 2017 draft, defensive back Shaquem Griffin joined the Seattle Seahawks after being selected in the third round.
The Knights saw three other defensive backs entering the league. Drico Johnson joined the Arizona Cardinals, D.J. Killings joined the New England Patriots and T.J. Mutcherson joined the Houston Texans.