He gave a quick thought on each school.
Georgia State: “I like that it’s not too far from home,” said the 6-foot-4, 230-pound Holmes. “I also could go there and play immediately and help change the program.”
Kentucky: “I like the atmosphere. I also have a really good relationship (safeties) coach (Graig) Naivar. He’s straightforward and I like that.”
Old Dominion: “I have a good relationship with (quarterbacks) coach (Ron) Whitcomb, who is recruiting me. He told me I could be a game-changer and I feel like they’re a program on the rise.”
What’s next for Holmes?
”I’m going to take official visits to all three schools, but I don’t have any dates set yet,” he said. “I’m not sure when I’ll make my decision, but it will probably be sometime in the middle of the season.
”It’s going to come down to where I feel most comfortable and where I have the best relationships with the coaches.”
Victory Christian continues their season on the road Friday against SouthLake Christian at 7:30 p.m.