RECRUITING DIARY: Devonte Holloman

One of the top athletes for 2009, Devonte Holloman, is doing a diary discussing the recruiting process. "I watched all the coverage on signing day on television. I tried to keep up with that. I also went on ESPN and Scout to look at some videos," he writes.

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Editor's Note: Devonte Holloman is considered to be one of the top prospects in the south for the class of 2009. He will be updating CUTigers.com periodocially throughout the recruiting process with a diary to show what it is like to be recruited by FBS schools.

I watched all the coverage on signing day on television. I tried to keep up with that. I also went on ESPN and Scout to look at some videos. I looked at the rankings.

My Dad and I are talking about which junior day to go to this weekend. I am trying to decide between North Carolina and Georgia. I'm not sure which one I will go to.

I know the N.C. State junior day isn't until March. I'm not sure when Clemson's is, but if they want me to come down again I will come.

I am still getting about the same amount of mail, but I am starting to read more of it. I started to read more of the stuff from Michigan after they offered. I got some personal letters from NC State coaches this week. I also got a personal letter from Illinois. Most of the mail lately they are talking about the classes they are bringing in this year.

I also have a couple of recruiting coordinator numbers so I will be calling them. That will be helpful.

Basketball has been tough lately. We keep losing a lot of heart breakers. We lost by three last Friday. This week we have a game against East Mecklenburg and then our big rivalry game against Butler on Friday.

I watched some of the pro bowl Sunday. I didn't realize the winners got more pay.

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