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Posted On: 04/13/20 12:40 PM

 

 

The 2021 class has unfortunately lost their opportunity to show college coaches what they can do in the spring open period.  However, Prep Hoops is committed to helping those players that deserve a college audience, be showcased throughout the next two weeks in many forms. 

Today we give you our list of point guards college coaches should know, in Minnesota’s sophomore class.  Players that would be competing on 17u and 16u teams with some of the best teams on several different circuits. 

Attention High Major Programs!

Tre HollomanTreHolloman6'3" | PGCretin-Derham Hall | 2022State#45NationMN - a 6’3 guard from Cretin Derham-Hall and Howard Pulley 16u.

Comparison - Think a taller and more explosive version of Al Nolen who played for Minnesota from 2007-11.  Holloman is the type of athlete that not only has high major basketball programs on him (Michigan St, Minnesota, Baylor, Texas, Marquette, etc offers) but also high major football programs are offering.   

Why Tre Over Others? - Because Tre is a winner.  Players love to compete with Tre because they know he will give it his all and put his team in the best position both as a passer and as a team defender.  The best examples of

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