According to 247 sports and other recruiting services, Trejuan Holloman is unranked.
That might be the case now, but definitely don’t expect that to stay the same in the near future.
The Marquette Golden Eagles are early to the recruiting scene of the 6-foot-2 Minnesota point guard, who’s only bound to gain more attention. He’s already regarded as one of the top players in his class, and Marquette just offered him on Thursday.
Holloman is a class of 2022 recruit. For those doing the math, he has just completed his freshman year of high school and will be a sophomore this fall. Despite this, Holloman has been rolling with the big boys on the AAU circuit with Howard Pulley Hoops 17U squad, playing big minutes (averaging just over 20 minutes per game) on the Nike EYBL and Peach Invitational at a young age.
He first garnered attention as an eighth grader, but he’s continued to elevate his play ever since.
Aside from Marquette, Holloman currently has offers from Nebraska, Baylor, Wisconsin, Texas, and Iowa.