Tre Holloman '22 was recognized as the Gatorade Player of the Year for Minnesota. Holloman is the first Raider to win this prestigious award for boys' basketball!
This award recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the court. Holloman has averaged 18.8 points, 10.4 assists, 8.3 rebounds and 3.3 steals per game through 26 games. He is a four-time Suburban East Conference selection, a three-time All-State honoree, and the Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year.
"Tre is a fantastic player," said Kent Gezlaff, the Head Coach of the Woodbury High School Boys Basketball team, which has played against the Raiders numerous times. "He has great instincts on both sides of the ball. He sees guys open before they know it, and he has an awareness of what the offense is going to do before anyone else does.”
He also volunteers with Samaritan Feet and Feed My Starving Children.
Holloman is also an excellent teammate.
"What makes Tre stand out on the court is his tremendous leadership skills," said Assistant Coach Tony Yazbeck. "His greatest skill is his court vision and ability to make passes that very few could do, he sees everything before anyone else does."
Head Coach Jerry Kline '93 concurs.
"One of Tre’s biggest skills as a player is he has the ability to get everyone involved on the court. His vision is remarkable, and his ability to defend at a high level is incredible," Kline said.
Holloman is committed to play for Michigan State next year. Congratulations!