Tech Coaches Try to Get Holsey On Campus

Defensive back Josh Holsey said he isn't making many visits at this point in the process, but he is still looking at Georgia Tech as a possibility. Nothing's been narrowed down for the talented corner and a lot is still up in the air as schools vie for his commitment.

Josh Holsey has picked up numerous offers this spring, and he continues to be a sought-after player for many schools around the Southeast. His GT recruiting coach Buzz Preston has kept the dialogue going between the two, according to Holsey, but the 2012 recruit out of Creekside High School in Fairburn, Ga. has a lot on his plate when it comes to interested coaches.

"Right now, the visits are still the most important," Holsey said. "I haven't started to narrow down my list or name any favorites."

Holsey was not in attendance for Georgia Tech's Spring Game, and he hasn't been on campus in a while. Needless to say, one of Preston's highest priorities with Holsey is getting him on campus for a visit.

Despite Preston's urging to get him on campus, Holsey said he has no set date lined up to visit Tech, and he isn't sure exactly where Tech stands on his list of interested schools. He knows the Yellow Jackets are interested, but with no favorites yet, GT is hovering somewhere in his mix.

But Holsey admits that he is still mulling a possible visit to Tech in the coming weeks – Preston and the rest of the Tech coaching staff would certainly like to see him on campus. After visiting schools all over the region, it sounds like Tech isn't going to be an automatic favorite just because they are in-state.

"I could really see myself going out of state, but it isn't anything definite yet," Holsey said.

So far, it sounds like nothing is set in stone with Josh Holsey. Top Stories