Deonte Holden has to be happy with the offers he's got but he's holding out hope for more. There's good reason for him to expect more are coming.
It's still early and the spring evaluation period is still underway. After that the summer camps and combines will afford Holden the opportunity to pick up even more offers.
It's not that the 6-foot-5, 215-pound defensive end from DeMatha (Md.) is just looking to put together an impressive offer list. He's looking for the right school.
But there are two offers in particular that he's hoping for because of his interest in those schools.
"Hopefully I'll get [offers] from West Virginia and Michigan. I met up with the Michigan coaches who came to see me work out," Holden said.
The circumstances were not ideal and Holden feels he could have done better in a different situation. But he had to play with the hand he was dealt.
"I had a migraine but they got to see me run for a little bit. That was about three days ago on Tuesday. I wanted to show the coaches I could go through it," he said.
The last college visit Holden took was to Temple for their spring game earlier in the month.
"That was great to finally see all the people that go to the school," he said.
No schools are standing out for the DeMatha pass rusher and he said he plans to make his decision at a post-season all-star game if he is invited.