LSU RB Trey Holly arrested in Louisiana shooting


LSU running back Trey Holly is facing three felony charges, including attempted second-degree murder.

He turned himself in to authorities in Farmerville, La., one of three arrests made on Thursday in connection with a shooting last week that injured two people.

Holly is also charged with aggravated criminal damage to property and illegal use of a weapon and is being held on a $512,000 bond, Union Parish Sheriff Dusty Gates confirmed to The Advocate.

The incident occurred at an apartment complex at about 10:30 p.m. on Feb. 9. One woman was in critical condition after being shot three times and a man was shot once in his lower leg, according to police.

Investigators determined that three shooters fired multiple rounds following an earlier altercation at the location.

LSU issued a statement saying it is “aware that a student-athlete has been arrested in relation to a shooting in Union Parish.” The school said the student-athlete has been suspended indefinitely from all team activities.

Holly was a four-star recruit in the Tigers’ 2023 recruiting class out of Union Parish High School in Farmerville, where he broke the state’s all-time rushing record with 10,523 yards and scored 160 touchdowns.

The 5-foot-7, 192-pound Holly played in three games for LSU in 2023 and rushed 11 times for 110 yards and a touchdown. He was named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week after running for 91 yards — including a 67-yard touchdown — in his Oct. 21 debut against Army.