Mikah Holder was one of many top prospects who visited Arizona and Arizona State last weekend and one Pac-12 school definitely stood out more.
"I liked Arizona much more," Holder said.
"What we did was we toured the campus, they showed us where the new facilities are going to be at next year, what they're building right now which is really cool and we got to check out all the good things that are happening there.
"We got to see the uniforms and that was pretty cool, too."
Holder is a 6-foot-1, 158-pound wide receiver from Oceanside, Calif., who has already been offered by Arizona, Idaho and San Jose State. He has also been talking extensively with BYU and Washington.
His brother, Alijah, is also a 2014 prospect and the two would like to play together in college although they keep open the possibility of doing their own thing as well.
Arizona is definitely one of the top choices but Holder said the plan is to still hold off for a few months before making any commitments. They would like to take things into their senior seasons before pledging.
"My brother and I really like U of A," Holder said.
"It was a really good experience. There was a lot to like and it was really fantastic. As far as committing, my parents want us to hold off until next year starts and then we'll think about where we're going and what our choices will be.
"As far as right now, U of A looks like a really good choice."
Holder is picking up some new interest and he said his brother, also a wide receiver at Oceanside with similar size, has the same three offers. Alijah Holder is also getting some serious interest from Washington State.