Aden Holloway, according to a report from Eric Bossi of 247 Sports, is down the four schools, including two from the ACC. Wake Forest and Miami both made the cut — along with Auburn and Tennessee.
This means that Steve Forbes will go heads-up with his old boss, Bruce Pearl, to try and land Holloway, a 4-star point guard in the 2023 recruiting class.
2023 4⭐️ Aden Holloway is down to four schools, per @ebosshoops, with a decision expected to come at some point in July. Here are the four schools he’s considering:
One of the best guards in the country and the #27 player in the ESPN100. pic.twitter.com/1B4ZsmoZhY
— 24/7 High School Hoops (@247HSHoops) June 28, 2022
Holloway is a Top 45 overall prospect in the 2023 class and the No. 7 point guard, according to 247 Sports. At just 6-foot, 155 pounds, Holloway is a gift floor-general, who can organize a half-court offense.
Currently, Auburn and Pearl project as the favorites to land Holloway; however, Wake Forest is in a good position, too.
Holloway hails from Matthews, North Carolina, but he’s played in multiple states during his prep career. He’ll spend the 2022-23 season with Prolific Prep, which has helped produce plenty of high-profile talents, including Jalen Green (Houston Rockets), Adem Bona (UCLA), MJ Rice (Kansas), Gary Trent Jr. (Toronto Raptors), Paul Scruggs, Devon Daniels and Josh Jackson.
Holloway went on official visits at all four of his top programs, including a recent trip down to Miami (June 10). Back in March, Holloway went on an official visit to Wake Forest.