Class of 2014 wide receiver Kendrick Holland (Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven) did most of his damage as a blocker for ESPN 300 teammate Adam Lane in Winter Haven's 27-21 victory over Kathleen last Thursday. But the 6-foot-3, 172-pound junior has already garnered plenty of attention for his pass-catching abilities.
Holland received an offer from Clemson when he attended a camp there over the summer and is waiting for his next one as new schools roll in daily.
"Right now I'm hearing from a bunch of programs," Holland said. "Florida State, Miami, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Georgia... a lot more schools than that. They are all coming in, grabbing film and we'll see what happens."
Holland, who went to the FSU-Clemson game over the weekend, said the Tigers stood out early even before the offer.
"I like Clemson because they do a lot of things with their wide receivers," Holland said. "I see they way they use the taller players like myself to compliment guys like Sammy [Watkins]. It works out very well."
Holland said he might attend this weekend's Florida State-South Florida game and could also go to Florida-LSU with Lane.