Holiday is currently rated as the 2008 class' No. 2 ranked shooting guard behind Pennsylvania's Tyreke Evans and the sky is the limit in terms of his talent. He's a great scorer and a can handle the ball. He's physically mature for a player his age and uses his strength well in the lane.
"They both have good teams and I am trying to get to the Final Four," Holiday said.
His mother and father played basketball at Arizona State and he visited Tempe a few years ago. This summer he played in Tucson and attended the UCLA Elite Camp.
"It was fun because I knew most of the people there," Holiday said of the Bruins' camp.
He enjoyed his trip to Tucson but rarely got away from the McKale center where the tournament was located, so he did not get a feel for the town.
Right now Holiday has no timetable set for his recruitment, especially since his older brother Justin is a pretty good prospect in the 2007 class. For now he's just enjoying playing and being a ball player. He'll worry about picking a school later. "I really don't know when I'll decide anything," Holiday said. "We haven't talked about it. We haven't done anything yet."