He's been to Florida games five times this year and really liked what he saw from the defensive side of the ball.
"I went to the big games, LSU and South Carolina," he said of his visits to Gainesville. "I didn't get a chance to go to the Florida State game. The Gator defense are dogs man, they are beasts. I love their defense."
The Florida linebacker coach is really impressed with the physical attributes of the young defender. Those attributes make him a very good basketball player and in his last game he had 26 points and three dunks in the win.
"Durkin says I have great feet and can move sideline to sideline," Holland said. "He says I am very athletic."
The Florida offer is big for Holland and really for his family who like him to stay close to home when he heads off to college.
"I was a Florida fan growing up," he said. "So it is very exciting for me and my family… very exciting.
"My dad and grandmother don't want me to leave too far from home. I am looking for a good coaching staff and fan base and coaches that care about you."
Florida will likely be dropping in on Trinity for a while. The team is loaded with young talent like fellow 2015 class teammate Kevin Toliver who also got a Florida offer on Tuesday and is already committed to LSU.
"We had a good season and just fell short in the first playoff game," Holland said. "We lost only one regular season game, and we are really young."