Arizona State, Boston College, BYU, California, Oregon, Oregon State, Utah. What do these teams have in common? They offered St. John Bosco High School RB George Holani.
He passed up on all those offers and verbally committed to the Boise State Football team on Monday, October 1st.
Holani is from Bellflower, California. He’s measured at 6-foot, 193 pounds according to 247Sports. He is rated at No. 14 RB overall by 247Sports.
Greg Biggins of 247Sports: “… huge pickup for Broncos, Holani is one of the nation’s best and most versatile backs.”
“First and foremost, I would like to thank Heavenly Father for blessing me with my wonderful family, friends, teammates, and coaches who allways been there to support me. I would also like to thank every college coach for the opportunities and love they have showed me throughout the recruiting process. I would like to thank Coach Negro, Coach Terry, and the entire St. John Bosco football staff for believeing in me and helping me display my talents on and off the field. I would love to thank my parents for their hard work, effort, and support they’ve given me. Lastly I would like to thank Coach Harsin, Coach Marks, and the Boise State football staff for allowing me to be apart of the Bronco’s family. In that case I would like to say I am 100(emoji) committed to Boise State,” said Holani and Twitter.
In his three year career playing varsity football, Holani has compiled 2,122 yards on 261 carries. A 8.1 yards per carry. During those years he has racked up 29 touchdowns and 10 already this season.
— Overtime (@overtime) September 13, 2018