Q&A: Dante Holliday (2018)


Posted On: 05/5/18 12:43 PM

Dante Holliday is a name college coaches need to know. He is a team player that can score in a variety of ways. He is a great rebounding guard that would be an asset for a lot of college programs. Get to know him better in this Q & A.

What are the strengths of your game and what are some things you are still working on?

“The strength of my game is shooting, and I’m constantly working on my left hand.”

Who are some guys you like to mold your game after? Why?

“I would think James Harden because I can create separation to get my shot off.”

Who is the toughest player you’ve ever had to guard?

“The toughest player I’ve ever had to guard, in my opinion, is Renaudd Broaden.”

What is your favorite subject in school? Why?

“My favorite subject in school is construction because I learn about building houses.”

What are your goals heading into summer?

“Get better.”

What would you like coaches to know that they might not be able to see by just watching film?

“I push my teammates to become the best that they can be.”

What do you see yourself doing after basketball?

“After high school basketball, I see myself going to college for business.”

How would you describe your style of play?