According to the latest data from ScholarshipStats.com, there is a 0.9% chance to play Division I basketball out of high school. Essentially giving just one of them 116 to 1 odds to play Division I in college but for one Oklahoma father that was just another obstacle his children were willing to overcome. Will Holiman will be a busy dad around 2024 traveling to two different schools, likely three different games to see his children all live out their dreams of playing Division I basketball.
Adante Holiman will be playing for UT Rio Grande Valley this season, and his younger siblings will be following in similar footsteps in years to come. His younger sister Jayda Holiman also committed to UTRGV and will play for head coach Lane Lord in 2023 and the youngest brother Adonis Holiman will be starring for Texas A&M-Commerce and will play for head coach Jaret Von Rosenberg in 2024 as they make their transition to Division I basketball and the Southland conference.
Former Mizzou player Sean Durugordon entered the transfer portal after just 12 games with the program. He averaged 3.2 points per game and 1.2 rebounds per game in his lone season at Missouri, but don’t let the numbers fool you.
The 45th McDonald’s All American games rosters were announced today on ESPN a few months prior to the game. The McDonald’s All American game will take place at Wintrust Arena in Chicago on March 29th and will feature: