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CDH guard Tre Holloman getting more and more attention from college coaches

KSTP Sports
Created: June 29, 2020 12:04 PM

Cretin-Derham Hall Class of 2022 guard Tre Holloman is a soft-spoken young man who makes all his noise on the basketball court.

Holloman is going into his junior year and he continues to gain attention from high-major college programs. The list is starting to grow. Currently, Holloman has offers from Minnesota, Iowa State, Nebraska, Baylor, Iowa, Michigan State, and more.

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In fact, the Spartans called Holloman recently one minute after phone calls were allowed, per NCAA recruiting rules. That was at 12:01 a.m.

"(Tom) Izzo (Michigan State head coach) called me and then he asked me how I was doing and like I was one of his first phone calls and it was just positive vibes and then he said he wants me to come down to the campus," said Holloman.

***To see Darren Wolfson's interview with Tre Holloman, CLICK PLAY ABOVE***

Holloman has had a chance to workout with future NBA players Daniel Oturu and Tre Jones this month. Oturu graduated from Cretin in 2018 and is a former Gopher, while Jones spent his high school career playing for Apple Valley. He then started for two years at Duke. Both are considered top-40 NBA Draft prospects, so it was a great chance for Holloman to expand his game against the best.

"I'm just learning and taking all the advice that I can get from (Tre) Jones and Daniel (Oturu) who's a big man, who can show me post work and everything," Holloman added.

Holloman was recently ranked among the top-85 Class of 2022 prospects in the country, according to Rivals.


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