Five-star safety Devonte Holloman has been verbally committed to Clemson for over four months now, but recently, he decided to take at least two other official visits.
Having already visited Tennessee, Holloman told CUTigers.com Thursday night he has at least one other trip planned outside of Clemson to LSU.
Read everything Holloman had to say about his team's 28-7 win Thursday night, as well as the latest on recruiting the recruiting front in this interview posted below:
Holloman: Our defense we practiced hard this week. We came in with a great game plan. We came out and played to the T on defense. We gave up a touchdown in the beginning, but after that our motto was bend but don't break. We have been working on that. They got down on the goalline a couple of times, but we didn't break.
How key were the stops in the second half when they got in the redzone?
Holloman: We had to. The offense wasn't clicking at first. The defense said we couldn't give up any more points so we played hard and the offense got going and it produced a win by 21 points.
Tell us about the play in the fourth quarter where you caused a fumble that Stephon was able to cover?
Holloman: I hit the guy and he stayed up so I just kept going with the play and stripped the ball from behind. Gilmore jumped on it and that was big because it sealed the deal.
Do you have any plans to get down to Clemson after missing the game last week?
Holloman: Yes sir, definitely. This weekend is my little sisters birthday so I am going to enjoy that with her.
What other official visits do you have planned?
Holloman: I am going to Clemson, LSU and Michigan.
Do you have dates for those visits?
Holloman: The only date I have right now is October 25 for LSU.
How firm are you with Clemson right now?
Holloman: Pretty firm. I just want to reassure myself that I made the right decision
Are you still comparing other schools to Clemson?
Holloman: Yes sir, I am comparing everything to Clemson just to see if it is a good fit academic wise, campus life wise and also football wise.
What do you think coach Napier thought of your performance tonight?
Holloman: I hope he thought good. I have to talk to him. I hope he is still around, if not I will call him.
What did you and coach Napier discuss the last time you talked?
Holloman: We talked about this game right here and the things that Clemson is doing. They are young and they are giving up a couple of games here and there. Alabama was apparently a good team. They beat Georgia so he told me not to be too down about the losses and just stick with it.
Did you get to watch any of the Maryland game?
Holloman: I caught the end. I watched the third and fourth quarter.
So you missed the good half?
Holloman: Yes sir, I missed a good one.
When will you be ready to make your final decision? Will it be after the last visit?
Holloman: Clemson will be the last official visit.
Will the Clemson visit likely be after the season?
Holloman: It could come after the season or right before I get ready to graduate so yes sir.
What do you think the chances are of you making the state championship and playing in Death Valley?
Holloman: Oh that would be sweet right there. We are working hard and taking it week by week. That's what our goal is to win the state championship. Anything less would be a failure.