It's been an interesting year for Holliman, who initially committed to Ole Miss before switching to Louisville on NBC's nationally-televised broadcast of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl earlier this month.
He's already made two official visits. All that's left is a trip to Oxford, Miss., for a tour of Ole Miss this weekend.
"I had already planned to visit," Holliman said. "Mostly, I want to see what their lifestyle is like; how the players get along together. Really, I just want to have fun."
Holliman, a four-star prospect, has often gone back and forth throughout the recruitment process.
He's taken countless calls from coaches hoping to land his signature on National Signing Day. Advice has come from every direction.
But of all the coaches he's come in contact with, one sticks out. Chris Vaughn, Ole Miss' cornerbacks coach and recruiting coordinator, has left a lasting impression. Even after he committed to Louisville, Vaughn continued to recruit him.
"Really, Coach Vaughn has my best interest," he said. "He wants to do what's best for me. That's how I feel. We always talk on the phone.
"He's like a father figure to me. So I'm going to go take the visit, and really nail down my options between the two schools."
Vaughn held an in-home visit with Holliman Sunday. Vaughn also visited Holliman's teammate and friend, Andrew Johnson, who, like Holliman, starred as a defensive back for Miami South Ridge High School in Miami, Fla., last season.
Johnson, too, switched from Ole Miss to Louisville. He'll join Holliman in Oxford this weekend.
"I talked to Coach Vaughn," Holliman said. "We talked about the visit I'm going on this weekend. We went over the past safeties they've put in the league."
Ole Miss faces a tall task in flipping Holliman back.
The 6-foot, 185-pound safety said he is "about 80 percent" committed to Louisville. Holliman believes he can make an immediate impact for Charlie Strong, the head coach of the Cardinals.
Strong made inroads in Florida as the long-time defensive coordinator for the Florida Gators from 2002-09.
"The early chance at playing time," Holliman said, when asked of what sticks out about Louisville. "The depth chart really sticks out. And a lot of my friends are going there. But I'm going on my visit to Ole Miss to make sure I'm making the right decision."
When he arrives Friday, he'll begin what is likely his last official visit. He has no more scheduled, despite his offer sheet including Florida State, LSU and Nebraska. Holliman visited West Virginia in December and Louisville in October.
"I doubt that I do, but if I do, it might be to a little school to go have fun," he said. "It's really just (Ole Miss and Louisville)."