"Florida State is definitely on my list for schools I want to go to. I haven't heard much from them yet, but I know it's still pretty early," He stated. "I haven't been up there before, and I'd like to get to see them campus so I'm thinking about camping there this summer. It will be a good change to showcase my talents to the coaches."
His off season is already starting to fill up, and Hoilett knows how valuable staying organized can be.
"This off season I plan on spending a lot of time in the weight room, and using the rest of the time to get in as much camps and combines as possible," Dwayne reflected. "I'm trying to improve on my get off as well as my leverage off the ball, two things I believe will help me a lot this season and at the next level."
His recruitment has been slow but his preparation to play at the next level hasn't been. He's working hard to show off his talents as well as keeping his grades on par for an early commitment.
"I would like to make my decision earlier but as of now it's a toss up where I might go. My grades are in order so that should help the process. I have a 3.0 GPA and I just scheduled my ACT," he revealed.
Last season Hoilett finished with 40 tackles, 15 for loss, five sacks, two forced fumbles, and a pair of pass deflections. He's been a pillar on the defensive end, showing the ability to be a dual threat on defense as both a pass rusher and a run stopper.