Devin Holiday had planned to visit Arizona recently but couldn't make the trip.
The San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills cornerback is still highly interested in the Wildcats and hopes to get out there sometime in June. Before he makes his decision, visiting Arizona is definitely a high priority on his list.
"We talked about it and we're looking for a time in June because my dad ended up having to work the weekend we were supposed to go and he didn't know," Holiday said. "We didn't get to go yet.
"It's very important to get out there because I don't want to go to a school that I don't know very much about. I haven't seen it yet so I don't know if I truly like it or not."
Arizona, Hawaii and Houston have offered the 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect who was one of the better cornerbacks this past weekend at the Oakland NIKE Camp at Contra Costa College.
Holiday, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, said he's been hearing a lot from San Diego State, Cincinnati and Boise State. He feels all three could be close to offering and he's not hearing from many other programs yet.
Arizona continues to recruit Holiday hard and the Southern California cornerback appreciates all the attention.
But before he can make his commitment anywhere - or decide to wait longer - he wants to visit the Tucson campus.
"They've been very aggressive," Holiday said.
"They came to my school three times already so they've come to check me out a lot. I really like that because it shows me they're very interested in me."