Less than 24 hours after the offer was extended, UGA had Holloman on campus.
"The coaching staff stood out most to me today," Holloman said Monday night after he had left Athens. "It is filled with absolutely phenomenal people and they have my best interest in mind."
Georgia made a very strong impression on the No. 32-ranked wide receiver in the country. The Dawgs have moved into the top six on Holloman's list. The 6-foot-3, 195 pound playmaker out of Covington (Ga.) Newton County has Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, South Carolina, and Tennessee in that group with Georgia.
James Coley is coaching wide receivers at Georgia now and he has made a big impact in his first few months. Holloman liked what he heard from Coley.
"He is a great guy that I really respect," said Holloman. "I can see myself playing for him. He sees a lot of potential in me and he knows how much I can be a benefit to Georgia."
Kirby Smart made sure the Scout 300 in-state target knew he is wanted in Athens before he left.
"I feel I am high on their list now and I am happy about that," said Holloman. "Georgia is definitely sticking out now."