Holloway talks about injury, summer plans

7'0 University of Louisville commit Clarence Holloway spoke with Inside The Ville about his wrist injury, his surgery, and his summer plans.

Clarence Holloway's junior season is finished after tearing ligaments in his left wrist last week.

"I went up for a rebound and the other guy and I got tangled up," Holloway said explaining how the injury happened. "Then I heard it pop and I knew it was injured bad. I tried to keep playing but I was rebounding with only one hand."

Holloway had surgery to repair the damage to his non-shooting hand last week and will be out for the next two months. He's currently wearing a cast on the wrist to protect it from further damage.

The 7'0 junior, who verbally committed to U of L last December, said he has been keeping up with Louisville's progress this season and intends to make a visit to Louisville for a game in the near future.

"They're playing pretty good," Holloway said of his future college team. "But they need a big center in the middle like me."

Holloway said he's doing well in school and looks forward to the upcoming summer AAU season. He'll play for Mac Irvin and the Illinois Fire this year.

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