"I visited both the Arizona schools this past weekend," Holiday said. "I went to the Arizona spring game, which was good. They got some players there and some guys I have known for awhile.
"Visiting Arizona State was fun too. The coaches there think I can be a good cornerback in their system and that's what I plan on doing wherever I go."
Playing cornerback at the collegiate level is very important to Holiday.
"Wherever I go I want to play cornerback," he said. "Arizona has talked to me a little about playing safety, but I want to be a corner."
Holiday isn't quite sure where the next step in the recruiting process will take him.
"I don't have any visits lined up right now, but I do have some camps that I'm going to," he said. "Hopefully I can continue to build off my junior season."
Considering how strong his junior season was, it could be difficult to improve on it.
"We won CIF and I played pretty well all season," Holiday said. "I forced turnovers and tried to shut guys down and the coaches liked what they saw because that is when I started getting a lot of West Coast offers.
"I'm hoping I can keep getting offers and I might decide on a school before my senior season or I could wait. I just have to find the right school and defensive scheme."