Torry Holt caught 8 passes for 154 yards and 3 TD's against the Seatle Seahawks on October 15, 2006.
In 2004, Torry Holt posted stats of 94 receptions for 1372 yards and 10 TD's.
In 2003, Torry Holt posted stats of 117 receptions for 1696 yards and 12 TD's.
In 2002, Torry Holt posted stats of 91 receptions for 1302 yards and 4 TD's.
In 2001, Torry Holt posted stats of 71 receptions, and 1365 yards, and 7 TD's.
Torry Holt won his first Superbowl his rookie year.
In his NFL rookie season Holt posted numbers of 52 receptions for 788 yards and 6 touchdowns.
After his junior year, he entertained thoughts of leaving early to play in the NFL, but opted to stay for his senior year.
Torry Holt majored in sociology.
Torry Holt lived on North Carolina's campus all four years of college.
Torry Holt was named the ACC offensive player of the year.
Torry Holt played Wide Reciever 1995-1998 for North Carolina.
Torry Holt attended North Carolina, because he wanted to stay close to his Mother, because she was dying of cancer.
In 1994, Torry Holt attended Hargrave Military School.
Torry Holt earned All-State honors in High School.
Torry Holt became a standout at football, and especially at Wide Receiver.
Torry Holt attended Eastern Guilford High School.
Torry Holt was nicknamed "Hot Dog" as a young child, because he would always try and beat his oppenents on the route run.
Torry Holt played organized football when he was 7.
Torry Holt has a older sister named Tosha, and a younger brother named Terrence.
Torry Holt is the son of Odell Shoffner, and Ojetta Holt-Shoffner.
Torry Holt is nicknamed "Big Game."
Torry Holt has been to the Pro Bowl 4 times.
Torry Holt was drafted in 1999 by the St. Louis Rams.
Torry Holt went to college at North Carolina State.
Torry Holt was born in Greensboro, North Carolina.