Hollis planning visits

Scooter Hollis was able to lead Bowling Green to a 15-0 record and a 5-A state championship this season. The 6-2, 175-pound quarterback had an exceptional individual year to go along with his team's accolades.

Scooter Hollis was able to lead Bowling Green to a 15-0 record and a 5-A state championship this season. The 6-2, 175-pound quarterback had an exceptional individual year to go along with his team's accolades.

Scooter Hollis had a great season with more than 2300 yards and 28 touchdowns this season through the air. On the ground, he led the champions in rushing with 834 yards and 13 more touchdowns.

"I felt that I played exceptionally well and was able to do some good things for the team and the school," said Hollis. "I improved my throwing accuracy and decision making," he said.

Hollis definitely got better and so did his team. Bowling Green had an early exit in the 2010 playoffs and as a group, they made it their goal to get back to state this year.

"It was like living a dream and the way we did so, going undefeated and beating teams convincingly, made it that much more enjoyable and special," Hollis said.

Scooter plans to start taking visits this month and has been in most contact with Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, Navy and Army.


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