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UB receiver Kamathi Holsey finds surging support as he attempts to reach NFL

No matter what happens next for University at Buffalo wide receiver Kamathi Holsey, he will have plenty of support.

Holsey has posted a highlight video and noted his incredible journey that included being homeless for a time. The tweet has been liked nearly 3,500 times and retweeted 1,300 times. Holsey also has been getting mentions from fans, friends and followers following the news that he will have a private workout with the Bills in mid-April.

“This game has changed my life taking me out of the hood in Philly and letting me see the world,” he wrote on Facebook during the season.

Holsey said he also hopes to be part of a local workout with the Philadelphia Eagles. He is originally from Philadelphia although he spent his high school years at national power Oscar Smith in Virginia. After two years at Independence Community College in Missouri, he came to UB.

He finished with 51 catches for 737 yards and two touchdowns in 24 games. One of those touchdowns was in the first overtime of what eventually would a record-tying seven-overtime game against Western Michigan.

At 6-4 and 215, he hopes to get an opportunity at the next level and get his name on the radar of teams for the frenzy that follows the draft. He has changed his Twitter bio to read 2018 NFL DRAFT PROSPECT.

"I’m currently working with my trainer and my position coach to prepare myself for rookie minicamp with whatever team gives me a shot," Holsey said.

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