Kahmare Holmes, Wofford
The Terriers added their second commitment from the Peach State in 2024, adding Archer wing Kahmare Holmes after Walton PG Luke Flynn committed a couple of weeks ago. While Holmes isn't your atypical Wofford wing, he gives them an added dimension with college-ready size and athleticism to be a big presence on both ends of the floor. He has the ability to be a very versatile guy in the SoCon and a multi-positional defender, and on the offensive end he can be a solid matchup problem with the ability to score both off the catch and off the dribble from the wing.
Larry Johnson, Creighton
Since he became a top performer on our stage in the summer of 2022, we have been big advocates for Johnson and his game. He had a huge spring and summer on the Nike EYBL circuit with Team Thad, showcasing his skillset that should be a good fit at Creighton, where the Jays love to play with pace and space. He's a big time playmaker with a ton of moves in his bag off the dribble and the ability to make reads and get the ball where it needs to go. He's an elite level finisher around the rim and one of the country's best at finishing with both hands. He's also a high level passer and whether it's flashy or basic, can find teammates well for scoring opportunities.
Cole Kirouac, Georgia Tech
After transferring to Brewster Academy (NH) from North Forsyth, Kirouac saw his stock rise a ton on the Under Armour Circuit this summer. At 6-foot-10, he has a very good skill level in the paint and around the basket with good hands and a high level finishing ability. He finishes very well as a dunker and has good athleticism to accompany is skill set. He has grown a ton in his toughness and mentality, and that will help him see the floor sooner rather than later on North Ave.