Holliman, the winner of the 2014 Jim Thorpe Award given to the nation's best defensive back, tied an FBS record by recording 14 interceptions in 2014. The 6'0'', 218-pound Holliman started in nine games in 2014 and was named a First-Team, All-ACC performer.
The Steelers might be done with the official draft, but they are far from adding to their roster. The Steelers will now turn their attention to signing undrafted rookie free agents to their roster for a chance to compete for a job within the Steelers organization. Undrafted rookies have made an impact within the team's facility before. Anyone know who James Harrison is? Exactly.
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