That's because Hoelscher is not planning to continue his career at just any college or university.
He'll be going to the United States Military Academy at West Point.
For those who decide to go the service academy route, more than a conversation with a coach is required before it’s official.
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Hoelscher described the process for us after Springfield’s signing day ceremony last week.
The tackling machine also had offers from Kentucky, Toledo, Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Ohio, Brown, Buffalo, Mercer and Air Force.
He chose Army because it should aid him in achieving his goal of someday joining the FBI.
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Hoelscher is not the only local 2018 prospect heading to a service academy.
Centerville’s Jake Spewiak and Sam Vance signed with Air Force, as did Tyler Johnson of Miamisburg.
Christian Hutchinson of Mason is going to Navy.