"Sacramento State offered me (the night before), so it definitely took the mental block off and I felt a lot more confident," said Holmes.
That confidence boosted Holmes, who would end up winning WR MVP honors in a very strong group of receivers at the camp.
"Winning the MVP felt amazing," said Holmes. "It let me know what I'm doing is working and I can be so much better."
A few days after winning the MVP award, the fourth camp this spring Holmes was named an MVP at, San Jose State gave Holmes his first FBS offer.
"That meant a lot to me," said Holmes. "I was so excited about that offer."
Several schools stopped in to see Holmes this spring.
Holmes plans to hit a number of camps this summer and take a few more unofficial visits.
"I'm still trying to decide where all I'll go and visit schools but I want to make my final schedule sometime this week," said Holmes.
Cal and UCLA are two camps that Holmes knows he'll visit.