The University of Hawaii landed a verbal commitment from three star running back Freddie Holly of Riverside, California on Wednesday night.
The Former Arizona State recruit from Norte Vista High School shared his commitment to Hawaii to KHON2 Sports Director Rob DeMello, by saying, “I’m excited to play football with a great university and can’t wait to be a part of changing the program and help lead them towards victory, go bows! ”
After having rushed for a career school record 5,399 yards and 46 touchdowns in two seasons, Holly is considered as one of the higher rated players at his position to choose UH since respected recruiting service scout.com began grading players via five star ratings.
Holly can make his commitment official on national letter of intent signing day, on February 3rd.
Head Coach Nick Rolovich’s recruitng victory comes despite the departure of Offensive Coordinator Zak Hill, who is believed to be taking the Quarterbacks coaching job at Boise State.