With the Washington Commanders of the National Football League, Christian Holmes plays cornerback. He weighs 93 pounds and stands 1.85 meters tall. He participated in football for the school’s squad when a student at Ronald E. McNair High School. He then enrolled at the University of Missouri, where he played NCAA football for the Missouri Tigers.
He barely played in 10 games as a true freshman, and he only made one tackle. As a redshirt sophomore, he played in and started eight of the 13 games. He broke up two passes, one of which he recovered for a touchdown. He also intercepted two passes. In February 2020, he changed schools and returned to Oklahoma State to play collegiate football.
He participated in all 11 of Oklahoma State’s games during his rookie season, starting the last 2. He broke up 6 passes and made a total of 25 tackles. He participated in 13 games during his final collegiate campaign, including the 2021 Big 12 Championship Game, and was selected to the Associated Press All-Big 12 second team in addition to earning All-Big 12 Academic recognition.
He had 39 tackles, an interception, and seven pass breakups at the end of the season. The Washington Commanders selected Holmes with the 240th overall choice in the seventh round of the 2022 NFL Draft. On May 6, 2022, he executed a four-year rookie deal.
Does Christian Holmes Have Any Kids?
Christian Holmes does not have any kids of his own yet.