Class of 2017 five star cornerback and wide receiver Darnay Holmes from Calabasas High School (CA) told Maize n Brew that he will no longer visit Michigan on September 17th for the game against Colorado.
2017 5-star CB/WR Darnay Holmes told @MaizenBrew that he will no longer officially visit Michigan on September 17th against Colorado.— Evan Petzold (@EvanPetzold) September 13, 2016
"Darnay is not taking any officials until November," his father, Darick Holmes, said to Scout. "We want him to take them when a lot of those games count more."
With offers to Nebraska, Michigan, Ohio State, Stanford, UCLA, Washington, Alabama, Arizona, California, Clemson, Colorado State, Florida State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami (FL), Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, San Diego State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Washington State, Holmes will commit to a program on January 7th at the US Army All-American Bowl.
"He's going to visit Arizona for the Washington game for sure," said Darick Holmes. "He will take about five unofficial visits to schools before he takes his official visits."
Holmes told Maize n Brew back in early June that Michigan is an automatic lock as a Top 3 school. The cornerback and wide receiver still does not have a Top 3 set. He visited Michigan for the BBQ at the Big House on August 4th.
The 5-foot-10, 190-pound cornerback and wide reciever is ranked No. 11 overall in the 2017 class, according to 247Sports. He is the No. 2 ranked cornerback and the third-best player in the state of California.