Four-star has top three

One of the most exciting and dominating two-way players in the Golden State of California is four-star wide receiver/cornerback Jamere Holland (6-1, 175, 4.35) from Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft.
Holland has an abundance of offers but he has a definite top three schools.
"There are a lot of school that I'm getting phone calls from and that I have offers from," Holland said. "But I have a top three schools of Florida, Oregon and Arizona."
Holland's talents aren't held just for the gridiron. He was also the state's 100-meter and 200-meter champ as a junior.
There are no at this time Olympic aspirations because football is the sport of choice. Holland will compete in both football and track on the collegiate level.
Holland is a pretty good football player, too. In helping Taft off to a perfect 7-0 start, he has 22 receptions for 469 yards and eight receiving touchdowns. He also has one rushing touchdown on the season.
On defense, Holland is a shutdown cover corner who you can't shake. His man is rarely thrown on and he has taken out of games the receivers that he covers. He has 22 tackles on the season.
Holland is also a lethal weapon on special teams. He has returned a kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown and a punt 70 yards for a touchdown.
That's not all folks.
Holland has blocked two punts and one ended up being a safety.
All three (Arizona, Oregon and Florida) of his favorite schools have indicated that Holland could participate in both sports.
What does Holland like about all three schools?
"I like Florida because my friend Josh Portis goes there and I like their team," Holland said. "I like what Josh says about the program and the school."
"I talk to the Arizona coaches every week and like them all," Holland said. "I have also talked to the Arizona track coach and I have visited with him."
"The things I like about Arizona are the things I like about Oregon," Holland said. "I get along with the Oregon coaches.">Jamere Holland Video