Holloway Set For Return Trip to Syracuse

Garden State defensive end Jamal Holloway will visit Syracuse for a second time after the dead period.

Camden (N.J.) High defensive end Jamal Holloway will visit Syracuse and Virginia after the dead period, he said on Twitter. Holloway is one of several players from Camden High with a Syracuse offer. Linebacker Dymelle Parker committed to the Orange on June 29th.

Holloway told CuseNation.com that he will visit Syracuse either the 15th or 16th, with the most likely date being the 16th. Virginia will be the other of the two dates. The 16th is the same date that three-star athlete Moe Neal is visiting. It will also be his second visit.

The 6-foot-2 defensive end visited Syracuse last month, but did so with his teammates not with family. On this trip, his parents will be in tow in order to see if it is the right fit.

A decision could come soon after those trips, though there is no set date as of yet. Holloway says he and his parents and in constant discussions about that, and will likely reassess his recruitment after the visits.

Holloway also holds offers from Old Dominion, Pittsburgh, Temple, Michigan State and Rutgers.

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