Holder waits on Pac-12 offer

Mikah Holder is in a little bit of a holding pattern, waiting to see if Stanford offers especially after his brother, Alijah, just committed to the Cardinal.
The three-star wide receiver from Oceanside, Calif., has heard positive things from the Stanford coaching staff so the next step is waiting to hear whether an offer will be delivered.
Holder, who recently returned from Stanford's camp, has made it clear he would like to play with his brother in college but there are also many options if that cannot happen.
"Since we went up there we got to talk to a lot of coaches," Holder said. "I still like Stanford. We've both been up there so we know how it is up there. They're still looking at me. I'm going to start narrowing down my list of colleges so I'm just kind of waiting right now.
"I'm not sure if they're going to offer. My coach at my school is the one who contacts coaches and finds out. I'm trying to find out, too, and then I'll figure out what's going on."
The trip to Stanford went well for Holder, who has offers from Arizona, BYU, Idaho, Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State and Yale so far.
Holder, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound prospect, talked with the Stanford coaches, received positive feedback and is now just waiting to hear whether the coaches will offer or not.
"It was nice going up there for camp," Holder said. "I got to see the campus and I got to talk with the coaches more. I got to meet coach (David) Shaw and I talked to a lot of the other coaches.
"They all say really good things. It could be a matter of time and they tell me to keep working."
If the offer doesn't come and the reality that the Holder Bros. won't play together in college becomes evident, the three-star said he's fine with it and there are other options. The preference is clear but Holder said there are alternatives.
"I'll be fine," Holder said. "I'll be glad he gets to go there because it's a great school. I have my own choices so I can deal."