A major recruiting target and offer for the University of Georgia for the class of 2017, Jeremiah Holloman, has cancelled his in-home visit with University of Miami Head Coach Mark Richt as first reported by 247Sports.
*FREE* WR Jeremiah Holloman Cancels Miami In-Home Visit https://t.co/NXa9UkYWWv
— InsideTheU.com (@InsideTheU) November 30, 2016
This news comes just a couple days after Georgia Head Coach Kirby Smart and Wide Receivers Coach James Coley visited both Jeremiah Holloman and his mom on Monday.
Dawgs attract Dawgs 🐶🐾 pic.twitter.com/xWQQRx172B
— Jeremiah Holloman (@Obey_Classics) November 29, 2016
When the talk of your job is the Coach Smart and Coach Coley visit at work yesterday. I am officially a hero at work lol pic.twitter.com/reo6odJBwM
— Oneida Holloman (@CreativeMynz) November 29, 2016
The senior out of Convington has played 4 years at wide receiver for the Newton High School varsity football team. He is rated a 4-star prospect by 247Sports, ESPN, and Scout and is considered one of the top receivers in the 2017 class in the state of Georgia and across the country. If Holloman commits to UGA, he would join 2017 commits Trey Blount, Matt Landers, and Mark Webb Jr. as the Bulldogs 4th receiver commitment for this class, and he is likely to be an early enrollee in January.
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