Fans of USC, Oregon and Arizona are needles and pins waiting on word if four-star wide receiver/cornerback Jamere Holland (6-1, 175, 4.35) from Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft has picked their school.
"I'm still undecided," Holland said. "I will let my decision be known later this evening."
Holland will announce on a local cable television show his college choice.
There have been many rumors swirling around regarding where he will end up. One source said that he is 90% Oregon bound while another source said USC is where he's going to end up.
The school that doesn't have a source choosing it is Arizona, but that's okay the Wildcats had a great recruiting class is very happy with their haul, but make no mistake they would be ecstatic to have Holland's name added to their list.
Isn't signing day fun?
In a few more hours coaches and fans of these three schools will know where the talented Mr. Holland and his opus will be going.
In a previous interview with Rivals.com, Holland shared the following information.
"I will make up my mind on signing day," Holland said. "It will come down to Arizona, Oregon or USC."
What is it that these three schools have that separated them from the rest of the pack?
"With Arizona, I really like wide receiver coach Charlie Williams, Holland said. "Oregon has really nice facilities and with USC it is close to home, USC is only like 10 minutes from my house."
"I'm just going to take the next couple of days to think things over," Holland said. "I will make my announcement on signing day."
It will be a nervous couple of days for coaches and fans of the three schools mentioned.
Holland is a tremendous talent who has the skill set to be an impact player on either side of the ball. He's also an outstanding return man who has Reggie Bush type explosion returning punts and kicks.
Holland finished the season with 55 catches for 1,188 yards and 17 receiving touchdowns while averaging 21.6 yards per catch. He also scored three touchdowns on special teams and scored one rushing touchdown. Holland led Taft in scoring with 132 points.