This weekend, #67-ranked Tre Holloman committed to head coach Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans. Holloman is a four-star prospect out of St. Paul, Minnesota and is one of the best point guards in the nation. Last season, Holloman averaged 20 points, nine assists and four steals per game. He was honored as the runner-up in the class 4A conference.
Holloman is one of the premier passers in this class. He has a knack to always find his open teammates, giving them easy buckets all over the court. On the defensive end, Holloman is as tough as they come. He utilizes his spacing well and uses his quick hands to poke the ball free. He reads passing lanes well, and while he does gamble under select circumstances, he has the ability to dominate the game at the collegiate level.
Having lived in Minnesota, I first got to watch Tre Holloman play as an eighth grader for North High School. It was clear back then he was going to be a problem for opposing teams. Holloman fits the culture surrounding the Spartans due to the coaching philosophy and style Coach Izzo has displayed.