WR Jeremiah Holloman, who was dismissed from Georgia earlier this summer, has officially joined his new team, Florida International. Holloman is now listed as No. 4 on the FIU roster.

The Panthers are coached by former Miami Hurricanes head coach Butch Davis. Holloman joins former Arkansas players LB Alexy Jean-Baptiste and RB Maleek Williams, and former Kentucky LB Chris Whittaker as SEC transfers to the FIU roster.

Holloman was dismissed from Georgia this offseason after an investigation into a 2018 assault accusation.

The former 4-star class of 2017 recruit played in 2018, and was a big-play threat with touchdown catches of 61 and 65 yards.

Holloman was Georgia’s fifth-leading receiver in 2018, with 24 catches for 418 yards and five TDs. He had a career-high four catches against Florida, and two of them went for TDs. Before he left the Bulldogs, Holloman was expected to be a key target in the passing game for QB Jake Fromm.