Written by Corbett Smith
Arlington Martin DE Justin Hollins verbally commits to Oregon
Another week, another Arlington Martin defensive end making a high-profile college commitment.
Just 10 days after Myles Garrett verbally committed to Texas A&M, fellow Martin defensive end Justin Hollins has committed to Oregon, according to a text from Martin coach Bob Wager.
Hollins - in his first season with Martin after transferring from Arlington Grace Prep - chose the Ducks over double-digit offers, from programs such as Oklahoma, Baylor, Oklahoma State and Iowa.
He's the third Oregon commit in as many seasons from Martin, joining 2012 graduates, twin defensive backs Stephen and Eric Amoako. According to Scout.com's Erin Hartigan, Hollins consulted the Amoakos, as well as former Cedar Hill quarterback and current Oregon true freshman Damion Hobbs, during his recruiting process.
Oral commitments are non-binding; the first day a football recruit from the Class of 2014 can sign a National Letter of Intent is Feb. 4, 2014.