Former Oklahoma State cornerback, Christian Holmes is in his first season with the Washington Commanders. He joined the Commanders in the seventh round (240th overall) of the 2022 NFL Draft and signed a four-year rookie contract with them.
Holmes started playing football at a young age. He attended McNair High School in Atlanta, Georgia, and played high school football. As a utility player, he rotated between being a cornerback and wide receiver.
Holmes initially attended the University of Missouri and played four seasons with the Missouri Tigers. He played sparingly in 10 games as a true freshman for the Missouri Tigers, making just one tackle.
Because he hurt his shoulder in a preseason game, he would have to sit out his second year. As a redshirt sophomore, Holmes started eight of the 13 games he appeared in and had 12 pass breakups.
Holmes transferred to Oklahoma State University and played for the Oklahoma State Cowboys from 2020 to 2021.
Holmes participated in all 11 of Oklahoma State’s games during his rookie season, starting the last two. He broke up six passes and made a total of 25 tackles. In his final collegiate season, he started 13 games, including the 2021 Big 12 Championship Game.
Who Are Christian Holmes’s Parents?
There is very little information available about Christian Holmes’s parents and his family. The Commanders CB does not engage with others very often on social media and prefers to keep to himself.