Tulane To Sport New Backcourt

Dave Dickerson's Tulane program recently added a pair of backcourt players. Aaron Holmes, a former FSU and USF recruit, leads the way.

Dave Dickerson's Tulane has a pair of new additions to tout once the signing period rolls around next month. Into the mix are guards Aaron Holmes and Jordan Callahan.

After visiting the Green Wave and Wright State, former St. Petersburg Catholic wing Aaron Holmes committed to Tulane.

"He's very talented," Santa Fe JC coach Chris Mowry told Scout.com. "He shoots the three, gets to the basket and can score in a variety of ways. He's 6-foot-5 with shoes, maybe a hair over that and he's 195. He puts in extra time shooting and he's got a strong desire to be as good as he can be."

Holmes career began at Florida State and he then transferred to South Florida but a coaching change had him on the move one more time. He's now settled in at Santa Fe.

Dickerson's ventured north where it found point guard Jordan Callahan. A 5-foot-11 floor general, Callahan is in charge at New Hampton School under the direction of Pete Hutchins.

"He's really good with the ball. He does everything pretty well and he makes shots. He can guard. Great kid, great energy and a good student.

"I think he'll be not only a good addition to Tulane but a great point guard in our league."

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