Arizona WR taking it slow

Tucson (Ariz.) Santa Rita receiver J.J. Holliday already has two offers on the table from Utah and Wyoming, but the 6-foot, 161 pounder says he plans to take things kind of slow this summer.
"I really don't have any plans to take too many visits or camps," he said. "I'm just working hard on getting ready for my senior season."
If it's anything like his junior season, then it will be a big one.
Holliday had 1,257 yards receiving and 17 touchdowns as a junior. Those numbers and an impressive film have attracted interest from others across the region, including places like Arizona, Colorado, Colorado State, San Diego State, Idaho and Northern Arizona. He said he hopes both ASU and UofA show him some more attention.
"I'd say ASU talks to me the most of the school that haven't offered me," he said. "That'd be a good possibility for me. It's close to home, but far enough away. The location is good, but it's not that big of a deal to me."
"I am surprised Arizona hasn't offered me yet. They have just recently started talking to me. I was an Arizona fan growing up. I don't think I would consider of them my top school. Of the two schools that have offered me I would say I like Utah the best."
Holliday said he wants to play in a wide-open offense in college.
"The spread offense will be a big key in my decision," he said. "I want to play where I know receivers will get to catch the ball. Playing time is important, but I know I have to work for it. So it's not like I am looking to get promised it or anything."