He explained why he decided to camp at Mississippi State.
"I wanted a chance to come back here and train with Coach G (Billy Gonzales), meet with Coach (Dan) Mullen and see the rest of the staff and just be able to compete," said Holloman, who also attended a Mississippi State Junior Day earlier in the spring.
He enjoyed his time working out with Gonzales.
"He has a lot to offer," said Holloman. "I know he has been very productive with receivers. I know he has a lot of toys and gadgets that really transform receivers. He really stays on top of his game so that he has everything that it takes to get his receivers to the next level."
After camping and visiting Mississippi State, he is impressed with what he saw.
"I think highly of Mississippi State," said Holloman. "I know they would definitely push me to be a better player and to be better outside of football. I know just from being around and talking to Coach Mullen it is about making a decision that is best for your future, not just about football."
So far, he has attended two camps and expects to attend another one Thursday.
"I have been to camps at Auburn and Mississippi State and I'll be at LSU's camp tomorrow," said Holloman.
Gene Swindoll is the publisher of the GenesPage.com website, the source for Mississippi State sports on Scout.com sports network.