Michigan State picked up their first commit for 2022 this weekend when Trejuan Holloman announced that he was committing to the Spartans.
1000% COMMITTED SPARTAN DAWG #GoGreen #Sparty pic.twitter.com/McK1GqwBKR— Trejuan Holloman (@Tretrehoops) August 7, 2021
The Minnesota native is a 6’2” point guard that is ranked by 247Sports as a four star prospect, the top prospect from the state of Minnesota and the 67th best recruit in the class of 2022. Holloman also had offers from Baylor, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Holloman’s addition is welcomed news for State fans as the school already lost verbal commits in 2022 from Emoni Bates and Enoch Boakye. Interestingly enough, Holloman is also a three-star defensive back and ranked as the 50th best corner, though he apparently doesn’t have any plans to play football at the collegiate level.
This past winter Holloman averaged 20.3 points, 9.3 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game while shooting 49% from the field. He also shot 33% from three last season, a number that Spartan fans will hope can improve by the time he steps on campus.