From James Martin High School in Arlington, Texas, Justin Hollins is a 6-5, 207-lb. edge rusher with strength, quickness and tremendous athletic potential. Hollins committed to the Ducks today after visiting last month the weekend of the Tennessee game along with wide receiver Jalen Brown.
Hollins is Oregon's 11th verbal commitment in the 2014 class, and the third defensive linemen along with Tua Talia and Jaylen Jelks of Arizona. All-district last season, he racked up 68 tackles and 11 sacks as a junior at Arlington Grace Prep before transferring to Martin for his senior year.
He runs a 4.61 40 and has a 36" vertical leap, a long, lean athletic defender in the mold of Dion Jordan, Tony Washington and Torrodney Prevot. A 3-star recruit, Hollins had offers from Baylor, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. At 6-5 he's been timed in 10.86 in the 100-yard dash, utterly phenomenal athleticism for his size. He also plays tight end for his high school team (William Wilkerson, espn.com photo, from Twitter).no comments