"I've been working on my 40 (yard dash) but that comes natural with track," Holloway said. "Then, I've just been doing simple footwork drills inside the house, just going in and out and just doing miscellaneous stuff that can help you out every now and then. Now, I'm here just trying to work on improving on all my stuff that I did at The Opening in DC."
Holloway is a national champion hurdle runner and has clocked in a laser-timed 40-yard dash of 4.32 seconds, the fastest time recorded at a Rivals combine this year.
The track star has over 40 scholarship offers to date but claims two schools have been recruiting him the hardest to date: "Tennessee is a big-time track program and then Virginia Tech just won the ACC on the boy's side with a couple of people."
Holloway also notes former Virginia prospect, and second round pick by the Titans in 2014, Justin Hunter had success in Knoxville: "Justin Hunter went through there, from Ocean Lakes. I tell myself, if Justin Hunter can do it I know I can it 10 times better, that's my goal if I go there, to do it better than what he did."
If the speedy Holloway can produce results anywhere close to a healthy Justin Hunter, Tennessee fans would certainly be happy with that.