Felder's Film Room: Ferocious Front 7's Will Decide National Championship
UAB Is Making CFB Even More Fun and Having Its Best Season at the Same Time
Heisman Hopefuls: B/R Highlights Finalists Prior to Trophy Ceremony
Who Should Be the 2017 Heisman Finalists?
Miami vs. Clemson: Which Elite Defense Will Prevail in ACC Championship Game
College Football Top 25 Upset Alert for Week 11
College Football Top 25 Upset Alert for Week 10
Which CFB Stars Need More Heisman Hype?
College Football Top 25 Upset Alert for Week 9
Barkley Is Freakiest RB Prospect Since Bo Jackson
From 7th-Grade QB Prodigy to One of CFB's Top WR's
Notre Dame vs. USC: Behind the Historic Rivalry
Bryce Love for Six
Nick Chubb with the Super Hurdle Against Missouri
Justice Hill Takes Off for 79 Yards for the Touchdown
Tennessee Kicker Is Amped Up After Being Bumped in SEC Action vs. South Carolina .mp4
Kenny "Trill" Hill with the Spin Moves
Texas Tech's Fields Runs 97 Yard Pick 6
Punt Goes Wrong
Oklahoma's Abdul Adams Takes It 99 Yards to the House
5-star defensive tackle Thomas Holley is not your typical high school football recruit. He is from an area of the country not known for excellence on the gridiron, but for greatness on the hardwood.
Holley attends Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, N.Y., and grew up loving basketball. That was his sport and nothing was going to change that, except of course something that he had no control over. As he puts it, "I stopped growing."
The 6'4", 303-pound Class of 2014 prospect isn't exactly on the small side, but he realized that his athleticism would be more valuable on the football field.
Watch the video and meet a remarkable young man who went from zero scholarship offers to 25 in one year.