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4-star point guard Tre Holloman commits to Michigan State

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Four-star Tre Holloman has committed to Michigan State basketball for the class of 2022, he tells On3.

Holloman is the Spartan’s first commitment in the class. Michigan State saw success in last year’s recruiting class, finishing No. 11 overall, after landing three top-100 recruits. The Spartans are also targeting Jaden Schutt, Ty Rodgers, Isaac Traudt, among others.

Holloman, a 6-foot-2 point guard, is a native of Saint Paul, MN and plays his high school ball at Cretin-Derham Hall High School. Holloman averaged 20 points, 9 assists, and 4 steals a game as a junior.

Tre Holloman on why he chose the Spartans

“I chose Michigan State because I felt me and Coach Izzo have the best relationship. I loved the campus and I felt like it was a place where I can live. The campus is beautiful. I liked all the players, too. They are all cool, funny guys. They are teammates that I would want to play with.”

“(Tom) Izzo is a Hall of Fame coach and I felt he can help me reach my personal goals, while reaching our team goals. I felt he would let me play through my mistakes and help bring the ‘dawg’ out of me.”

“Michigan State just felt like another home to me and I felt I can help win a national championship.”