Penn State recruiting target Thomas Holley has confirmed he’ll likely decide between PSU and Florida by the end of the week, according to the New York Post. Holley is set to lead Brooklyn (N.Y.) Abraham Lincoln High School in the Public Schools Athletic League championship game tonight at Yankee Stadium.
In just two years, Abraham Lincoln star lineman Thomas Holley has gone from football newbie to All-American. The undecided senior, who only started playing football two years ago, accepted his jersey to play in the Under Armour All-America game during a ceremony at the Coney Island school last Tuesday.
Wandering the sidelines before the game was four-star defensive tackle Thomas Holley of Brooklyn (N.Y.) Abraham Lincoln. Rated by Rivals.com the No. 3 defensive tackle in the country, Holley flew to Columbus for his official visit alongside Ohio State commitment Cutis Samuel, also a native of Brooklyn.
Penn State is expected to host approximately 100 prospects for Saturday’s sold-out game. Some of the notable names among the group include 2014 tight end Mike Gesicki, linebacker Jason Cabinda, defensive lineman Thomas Holley, as well as 2015 four-star linebacker Justin Hilliard, five-star cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick and twin recruiting targets Andrew and David Dowell.