Where Will Thomas Holley Go?

Where Will Thomas Holley Go?

Where Will Thomas Holley Go?

Thomas Holley is a defensive tackle from Brooklyn, New York and attends Abraham Lincoln High School. He is nothing but raw strength and power. His ability to throw off blocks and run down plays has made him a sought after target. He has gotten twenty five offers from many top schools and has his choice of many places. There is medium interest coming from Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame, and Penn State among others as well as some strong interest from Rutgers and Syracuse.

It is hard to believe that this 299 pound man was a basketball player before starting football just over a year ago in his junior year of high school. He wanted to play football to stay in shape. He is now the number three defensive tackle in the country. He is also top ranked in New York for the class of 2014. With the amount of scholarship offers the man has received, he even gathered the attention of Nick Saban from Alabama just three days after sending in his highlight tape.

Thomas Holley went for a visit to Syracuse in August and seems to have found a fit for himself. He seems to be just as impressed with what they have to offer as their interest in him.

Thomas Holley 2014 DT - Brooklyn, NY (Lincoln)
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