Holder not worried about recruiting

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Mikah Holder made his commitment to San Diego State in June and isn't worried too much about the recruiting process at this point.
The three-star wide receiver from Oceanside, Calif., said he wants to only focus on his senior season. But after things wrap up in the coming months, he's going to at least listen to other programs that are recruiting him.

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Holder, who looked good this summer on the 7on7 circuit, said one Pac-12 program in particular is staying involved in his recruitment.
"I'm just trying to focus on my team right now," Holder said. "Later in the season I'm sure I'll really be looking toward schools and see how everything is going. Right now I'm just focused on my team.
"I still get contact from schools so they're still talking to me. I still hear from Utah and I get a couple messages from other schools, but mostly Utah has been in contact with me."
No visits are expected during the season and while Holder is open to hearing from other programs, he doesn't plan to do much with the recruiting process until after his senior season.
His brother, Alijah, is committed to Stanford, but Holder said he's not going after any other attention and doesn't want to worry about his recruitment.
"I'm not," Holder said. "I'm really just trying to focus on me. I'm not going after or chasing any other schools right now."
Holder doesn't have any other official visits planned except his trip to San Diego State in December.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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