Holder eyeing Pac-12 offer

Mikah Holder and his brother, Alijah, are headed to Stanford's camp later this week and the Oceanside, Calif., wide receiver hopes he ends the day with good news.
Alijah Holder has already been offered by the Cardinal so now his brother is working toward an offer and he feels if he does well it could be coming soon.
"They had their defensive coach come down and watch practice," Mikah Holder said.

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"He did pretty well so they want me to come up one time and see how it goes. We're really looking forward to the camp. They said they needed to see me only one time. I'm not sure about an offer but I'm hoping it's a one-time deal and they're on the brink.
"That would be pretty big. It's a big school and it's basically what we're looking for. It's an academic school that would fit us both academically and athletically."
Stanford is getting much more involved with Holder especially after it offered his brother and Arizona, BYU, Idaho, Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State and Yale have sent offers already.
The Stanford camp this week is important and then Holder said he's also seriously considering stopping by Cal and UCLA for camps in the coming weeks before narrowing down the list and finally reaching a decision.
Holder, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound three-star prospect, said the plan is for the brothers to still make a commitment before their senior season starts but first they'll trim their list, see if Stanford offers and then go ahead and figure things out.
"My parents want me to do some other camps like the Stanford one obviously and maybe Cal and UCLA that's coming up pretty soon," Holder said.
"It kind of looks like it (regarding a decision). We're planning to narrow our list down pretty soon and I think we'll have a decision made before the season starts."