Posted On: 03/6/19 11:35 PM

One of the most improved wing prospects on the West Coast is Derrien Carter-Hollinger.

The Foothills Christian sophomore thrived in his first season as a starter. While he compliments the team's stars - Yassine Gharram, Jaren Nafarrete, and his big brother, Derrick Carter-Hollinger - he showed flashes of becoming a star himself.

Carter-Hollinger, who stands at 6-4, credits the leap in his game to having a more aggressive mindset.

"I think the most improved part in my game is my aggression," Carter-Hollinger said. "It was mostly a change in mindset but I give credit to my father and my big brotehr for pushing me to be aggressive on both sides of the ball and make an impact to the game."

The younger Carter-Hollinger has rapidly improved his shooting and ball handling to the point where both are strengths. He was a reliable catch and shoot threat from the corner, and showed growth in his one-dribble pull up game.

He said he is looking to continue to refine his shooting and become more explosive athletically over the summer.

"My trainer, Joel Jones, has some of the best players in SD come and work out and compete with each other to make

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