Joel Holler, a 6-foot-6, 320-pound, offensive lineman from Lancaster (Pa.) Mc Caskey is seeing his stock take a steady rise.
Holler has excellent tools for a big man and now several schools have started to offer a scholarship.
"Maryland, Michigan State, Vanderbilt and Pitt have offered me a scholarship in writing." Holler said. "Miami (Fla.) verbally offered a scholarship.
Penn State, Michigan, Maryland, Miami (Fla.) and Pitt are still my favorites."
Holler just finished up basketball season where he was a reserve center. Mc Caskey lost in the semi-finals and now Holler will turn his attention to the gridiron.
"I'm going to start working out, getting ready for next season. I'll probably go to Penn State for their spring game and the Nike camp at Penn State as well.
I might go with my coach and do a few one-day camps this summer as well. I'll probably head to Michigan or Michigan State. Maybe both."
Joel Holler will be given All-America consideration in 2002.
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