Darnay Darius Robert Holmes is currently playing as a cornerback with the National Football League’s New York Giants. He was born on June 23, 1998. At UCLA, he played collegiate football.
From 1995 through 1999, his father, Darick Holmes, was an NFL player. In Calabasas, California, Holmes attended Calabasas High School.
In a 42-3 victory over Palos Verdes, he guided the Coyotes to their first California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) championship by scoring five touchdowns on offense, defense, and special teams.
Watson participated in the 2017 U.S. In order to play in the spring game, Holmes enrolled early and played for the Bruins from 2017 to 2019. In 33 of the 35 games, he participated as a starter during his freshman season.
In the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, Holmes was taken by the New York Giants with the 110th overall choice. In Week 13’s 17-12 victory over the Seattle Seahawks, Holmes made his first career interception off a pass thrown by Russell Wilson.
Holmes was put on the injured reserve list on November 30, 2021, after hurting his ribs while intercepting Eagles QB Jalen Hurts.
How Good Is Darnay Holmes?
Giants cornerback Darnay Holmes had a solid first season playing primarily in the slot despite having had limited college snaps at that position. Holmes is listed as 5’10″ tall, but he has a solid 198-pound frame.
He is limited to a more nickel-and-overhang type of role by his size and mobility. In the 2020 season, he participated in 442 snaps and made 25 tackles and 9 STOPS. He allowed 406 yards and zero touchdowns on 41 catches on 52 targets.
What Happened To Darnay Holmes?
Darney Holmes was compelled to leave the field of play during the New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers London NFL game to undergo treatment.
The Giants CB dropped his pants, showing the audience his but cheeks, so the physio could access the injured portion of the leg.