Posted On: 01/6/19 6:23 PM
Adam Jolly knows he’s a talented basketball player.
If he weren’t, he wouldn’t be a starter and a valuable contributing member of this year’s No. 3-ranked Holy Family team. But Jolly may not know just how good he is, or at least could be.
More specifically, is the Holy Family senior college basketball good? Could Jolly be in line for a late offer as an unsigned and basically unrecruited senior?
Holy Family head coach Pete Villecco thinks Jolly has a shot.
“Right now, he’s just looking at schools,” Villecco said. “He’s improved so much and he just hasn’t explored playing at the next level. I’m not even sure he knows it’s an option for him. He’s definitely got talent and I think the