Adante’ Holiman (Noah Weber/Prep Hoops).

Posted On: 12/11/20 9:12 AM

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Holiman put up an incredible 49-point, 3-assist performance in a loss against Broken Bow on Dec. 8, contributing on 83 percent of the Buffs’ total points.

Holiman also shot 43 percent from the 3-point line in that game and recorded three steals in the second game of his junior campaign.

A speedy guard, Holiman has always had his quickness as an edge, though it seems his game has developed the consistency he needs to be a high-major guard if not perpetually, at least during his high-scoring bouts. The guard has great vision for the floor, can beat defenders on angles, and creates separation with one of the most complete catalogs of scoring maneuvers in the state. 

Holiman’s development has been impressive, and it does not seem he plans to slow down now.


Carter Perry | 2023 Vanoss PG

Carter Perry (Wes Eden/The Ada News).

Last year, Perry was just a freshman fighting for playing time after moving to Vanoss in the eighth grade.

On Friday, Dec. 4, however, Perry netted 45 points in the fifth game of his

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