NCAA Football: Central Florida opens their season against Florida International .
JUNIOR (2015) -Battled injuries during the season to start nine games -Finished 127-for-250 for a 50.8 completion percentage with seven touchdowns and 1,379 passing yards -Rushed for 140 yards, with his longest rush being 15 yards -FIU 9/3: Delivered a 23-for-34 performance with two touchdowns -Stanford 9/12: Injured on the first offensive drive of the game -UConn 10/10: Returned almost a month later and went 27-for-50 for 255 yards and a touchdown -Houston 10/24: Threw a touchdown pass against the Cougars -Tulsa 11/7: Completed the day 22-for-40 with 293 yards and two touchdown passes -Also had a touchdown pass against East Carolina
SOPHOMORE (2014) -Honored with a spot on the American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team -Selected as the team's Outstanding Offensive Player at its annual awards banquet -Delivered a touchdown pass in all 13 games played -Started the final 12 games of the year -Threw for 2,952 yards thanks to a 223-for-392 campaign -Totaled 23 touchdowns in the air compared to 14 picks, and had three rushing touchdowns -Boasted two 300-yard passing games, and six 250-yard outings -At Croke Park Classic vs. Penn State 8/30: Came off the bench to go 9-for-14 for 204 yards and a touchdown, completing his first six passes of the game and also galloped his way for two rushing touchdowns -At Missouri 9/13: After seeing time off the bench in three games in 2013 and then in the 2014 opener, the sophomore quarterback started his first collegiate game at Missouri, finishing 22-of-36 for 209 yards through the air with one touchdown and two interceptions -Bethune-Cookman 9/20: Holman made his second career start at quarterback, and finished 6-for-11 for 145 yards and two touchdowns, and he also had 11 carries for 29 yards (one sack). -At Houston 10/2: Was 6-for-18 with 101 yards and two touchdowns, and also chipped in 32 rushing yards -BYU 10/9: Named the American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week by going 30-for-51 with 326 yards and two touchdowns in the win, while also posting a rushing TD -Was the first UCF player since 2004 to have at least 30 completions in a game, and the first since 2003 to have at least 50 attempts -Tulane 10/18: Complete nine passes for 118 yards and a score -Temple 10/25: Wrapped up the day 25-for-39 with a personal-best 336 yards and two scores -Tulsa 11/14: Threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns -SMU 11/22: Went 15-for-22 with 228 yards and a pair of touchdowns -At USF 11/28: Finished the day 20-for-29 with 150 yards and a touchdown -At East Carolina 12/4: Tossed the Hail Mary to Breshad Perriman that won the conference title, while he ended the day 20-for-33 with 274 yards -St. Pete 12/26: Went 23-for-53 with 291 yards and three touchdowns
TRUE FRESHMAN (2013) -Member of the American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team -In three games, went 9-for-14 with a touchdown and an interception, racking up 75 yards -On the ground, produced 40 yards on seven attempts -At FIU 9/6: Completed both of his first two passes for 11 yards in his UCF debut -UConn 10/26: Came in for his second career game and went 6-for-11 with 65 yards and a touchdown. Added 29 yards on the ground with three carries -Rutgers 11/21: Completed one pass and added eight yards on the ground
HIGH SCHOOL -Enrolled at UCF in spring 2013 -Coached by Ron Gartrell at Stephenson -Led his team to the Georgia Class AAAAA state quarterfinals in 2012 and the state playoffs round of 32 in 2011 -Stephenson went 9-3 his senior year -Rated three stars from Rivals and ESPN -Listed as the No. 37 dual-threat quarterback in the nation by ESPN -Threw for 1,200 passing yards and nine touchdowns as a senior, along with rushing for seven touchdowns -During his junior year, racked up 750 passing yards and eight touchdowns to go along with five rushing scores -Won the MVP award at the 2011 Rivals/VTO Sports Georgia Elite 100 Camp -Also ran track while in high school -Member of the Health Occupational Students of America, the Beta Club and the honor roll, and was a certified nursing assistant -Chose UCF among his final four schools which consisted of Marshall, NC State and Wake Forest, and also had interest or offers from Arizona State, Missouri, Southern Miss, USF, FIU and Vanderbilt
PERSONAL -Born in Tuscaloosa, Ala. -Mother is Carmen Holman