While no new offers have arrived in the time since the Mean Green came calling, the 6-foot-2, 230-pound defensive end said a couple of out-of-state teams have contacted him.
"Kansas State invited me to a junior day, but I couldn't go," said Holmes noting that weather issues and taking the SAT have kept him from attending a couple of junior days.
"I'm going to one of their practices either this Saturday or next," Holmes said Tuesday afternoon.
Holmes plays an end position in Denton's 3-4 scheme. He possesses impressive strength and uses his hands well.
Holmes told Scout.com after his North Texas offer that he's more comfortable as an inside pass-rusher than an edge guy, which makes sense as a 3-4 player despite him wearing the end label for Denton. There's a chance he could add weight and play tackle in an even-front scheme, which might fit his skills better, even if he could be a bit small for that role.
Holmes and Burleson defensive end/tackle Kenneth Mann are DFW defenders to watch in the 2015 class. Mann holds offers from Kansas State, North Texas, Houston, and Louisiana Tech and is also a 3-4 end who could fit multiple defenses at the next level.