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Holland Harris '25 Recruiting Profile

Montverde AcademyMontverde, FLWomen's Basketball
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ClubFGB
Height6'1"
Weight160lbs
Age17
Primary PositionShooting Guard
Secondary PositionSmall Forward
Dominant HandRight
Points/Game17.4
Free Throw %83.3
Field Goal %40
Rebounds/Game9.3
Assists/Game2
Wingspan76
USTA State Ranking64
USTA Sectional Ranking64
USTA National Ranking458
Tennisrecruiting.net State Rank64
Tennisrecruiting.net Sectional Rank127
Tennisrecruiting.net National Rank458
Universal Tennis Rating5.45

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Personal Statement

Holland narrowed down her 40+ D1 offers to her Top 6 in February 15, 2023.

Arizona, Florida, Tennessee, Stanford, USC, and Miami are her Top 6.  

Holland is a straight A student.  In October 2021 Holland decided to tell her High Performance coaches at the USTA that she would no longer be pursuing a professional tennis career.  She decided to pick up a basketball for the first time in her life following her brother’s footsteps.  Holland is a long athletic player with amazing quickness. Her offense is ignited by her defense, with steals, blocks, and deflections always putting pressure on the other team’s offense making them second guess themselves. Holland moves well with or without the ball, creating off the dribble for the 3-pointer. pulling up for the mid-range, or attacking the basket and finishing strong.  Very often she is guarding the best player on the other team easily contesting the ball, blocking shots and grabbing rebounds.    Her defensive prowess continues to improve which is becoming evident as she shuts down the top players of opposing teams.  She’s the type of player that builds confidence in herself and her teammates. Many college coaches noticed her potential last summer during AAU competition with FGB 17U. Now that potential has turned into production and Montverde Academy Girl‘s Basketball is the beneficiary for her junior and senior seasons. She will continue to develop as an elite player as she is a gym rat, always in the gym working on her game and studying film.

Prep Girls Hoops writes, “Harris  is long, versatile, and tough to guard.  She can go inside and out and is impactful on both ends of the floor.  On the season she led the team in scoring and rebounding with 17.2 points and 9.3 rebounds per game.   And when the moment called for it, Harris stepped up, giving her best individual performance of the season in the semifinals in a back-and-forth duel between her and Taliah Scott of St. Johns Country Day.  In the end, Scott finished as the game’s high scorer with 47 points, but Faith Christian Academy won the game and Harris dropped 35 points and then two nights later went for 15 points and 12 rebounds to help seal the victory and the 2A State Championship!”


Jr All Star Basketball Writes, “Best Prospect:  Holland Harris 6-1 2025 Forward Faith Christian – Saturday was one of the best days Harris had in the gym I have seen. Harris’s year-long transition from tennis to basketball has gone into overdrive with unofficial visits to Florida and Mississippi State this fall but you saw the flashes of her potential turning into production on Saturday. Harris hit 3’s, created off the dribble, and overwhelmed most athletically. In 6 more months we will be talking about one of the best players in the country.”

Prep Girls Hoops writes, “Harris was one of the top front court players I saw all July and therefore moves up 43 spots and inside the top 20.  She is an athletic and versatile forward with great size and strength.  She can play both the wing and forward position and she is an impact player in all areas of the court and is a walking double double and a name that major D1 college coaches need to be familiar with.”

Jr All Star Basketball writes, "Holland Harris 2025 – FL – For as young in basketball Harris is she is an impressive prospect. Harris plays at the rim and has an emerging game handling and shooting the ball. A strong contestant for #1 in 2025 in Florida."

Jr All-Star Basketball writes,  “Holland Harris 6’1” - Wing has big time written all over her. Harris is a power 5 Forward or maybe a generational Florida player at the 3.”

Prep Girls Hoops writes, "Harris is a young talent that continues to get better after each game. Long athletic frame which allows her to play on the block and defend on the wing. Energetic player that gets her team going. Has the ability to score at will. She runs the floor like a track athlete. She finishes through contact at the rim. Harris, only a freshman, has tremendous upside."

Prep Girls Hoops Florida writes, “‘Holland is one of the most intriguing players in Florida. She was a very good tennis player who transitioned to basketball just months ago. You can tell she is an elite athlete with a very good frame for a Freshman. Holland runs the floor well and has a tremendous vertical to pull down rebounds. She’s raw, but she has a TON of potential if she keeps at it.”

Athletics

High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity
  • 3 years
  • Varsity Starter
  • 3 years
  • 2024 Varsity Team
  •  
    Starter
     - Jersey: #0
  • 2023 Varsity Team
  •  
    Starter
     - Jersey: #0
  • Individual Awards
  • 1st Team All-State, State Championship - Player of the Game, Leading Scorer and Rebounder , 1st Team All-County, 1st Team All-Region, 1st Team All-Area
  • Team Awards
  • Sectional Champs, Conference Champs, State Champs, Regional Champs
  • 2022 Varsity Team
  •  
    Starter
     - Jersey: #25
  • Individual Awards
  • Leading Scorer/Rebounder 2nd half of season

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience
  • 3 seasons
  • 2023 FGB (17U GUAA)
  • 2022 FGB (2025 FBG DW 17U AAU UANextGHoops)
  • 2022 Hoop Dreams Elite AAU (17U)
  • Candace Parker's Hoop Dreams Elite is an Orlando based Addidas AAU team. Holland is a freshman playing on the 17U team

Coach References

  • High School Head Coach
  • Matt Shewmake
  • High School Head Coach
  • MATT SHEWMAKE
  • Travel / Club Coach
  • KENNY KALLINA
  • Private Coach
  • BRUCE GILLARD

Events

  • Camp/Event
  • She Got Game MLK Tournament
  • 1/15/24 to 1/15/24
  • Camp/Event
  • The St James MLK Tournamemt
  • 1/12/24 to 1/15/24
  • Offer: Georgetown WBB
  • Camp/Event
  • Music City Hoopfest
  • 12/29/23 to 12/30/23
  • Offer: Missouri WBB
  • Camp/Event
  • Nike Tournament of Champions
  • 12/18/23 to 12/21/23
  • Camp/Event
  • US OPEN BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 16U
  • 7/28/23 to 7/31/23
  • Great tournament against great competition. Offers: NC State, Georgia, Michigan, Memphis, Kentucky, Kansas
  • Camp/Event
  • GUAA FINALS
  • 7/22/23 to 7/24/23
  • OFFERS: Baylor, Howard University
  • Camp/Event
  • Run 4 the Roses/ UA Session II
  • 7/05/23 to 7/11/23
  • Holland had a great tournament. She shot the ball well, played amazing defense and ran the floor like a pro. OFFERS: Tennessee, USC, Ole Miss, Alabama, Auburn, Wake Forest, Northwestern, Florida, Pitt, Texas A&M, Louisville, Pepperdine, Oregon
  • Camp/Event
  • USA Basketball U16 Women’s Trials
  • 5/25/23 to 6/28/23
  • Camp/Event
  • USA BASKETBALL U16 TRIALS
  • 5/25/23 to 5/29/23
  • Holland had a great trials run playing with and against the best 25s, 26s, and 27s in the country. Although she did not make the team, it was a great experience for her in her short time as a basketball career
  • Camp/Event
  • LIVE AT LAKEPOINT
  • 5/19/23 to 5/21/23
  • Retuning to play after not playing in April due to injury, Holland came back strong, playing shut down defense and scoring on all 3 levels. Offers: Arizona, Princeton, Chattanooga, Syracuse, Princeton, UCF
  • Camp/Event
  • FL HS Girls Basketball State Tournament
  • 2/22/23 to 2/24/23
  • Faith Christian Wins State Championship lead by Holland Harris with 35 Points and 13 Rebounds in the State Semifinal game and 15 Points and 12 Rebounds in the State Final. Player of the Game! Offer extended Univ of Arkansas.
  • Camp/Event
  • Tampa Bay Christmas Invitational
  • 12/28/22 to 12/31/22
  • Offered extended University of Miami
  • Camp/Event
  • UF GATORS ELITE CAMP
  • 8/06/22 to 8/06/22
  • Camp/Event
  • Girls Under Armour Association FINALS
  • 7/23/22 to 7/25/22
  • Camp/Event
  • Girls Under Armour Association Session II
  • 7/10/22 to 7/12/22
  • Offers: GEORGE MASON WBB
  • Camp/Event
  • RUN FOR THE ROSES
  • 7/05/22 to 7/08/22
  • FGB LW 15U - 2025 AQUA - POOL C
  • Camp/Event
  • USF Womens Basketball Team Camp
  • 6/24/22 to 6/25/22
  • Camp/Event
  • USC TROJANS ELITE CAMP
  • 6/18/22 to 6/18/22
  • Highlights: https://youtu.be/DwjDyZTm9_A
  • Camp/Event
  • KATIE MEIER ELITE CAMP
  • 6/12/22 to 6/12/22

Training

  • LEVI COBB / HOOP DREAMS ELITE TRAINING
  • 4 years
  • I had been training for tennis for the last 4 years, before deciding to change to basketball. I treat my basketball training just like tennis. I train 5 days a week 3 to four hours a day. On Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons, I work with Coach Levi Cobb on my jump shot - form, technique and shot selection. I shoot at least 300 shots each session and this last for 1 to 2 hours. On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings I have skills training at Hoop Dreams Elite Training. These session are geared more toward ball handling, game time situational decision making, offensive and defensive schemes and over all basketball IQ. These sessions last 2 hours with a fitness component. I am taking weight training at school and the teacher, who is also the football coach, has me on a weight training plan to increase my strength.
  • Coach Jay Gooding and Jorge Todero, GTA Academy
  • 1 year
  • USTA High Performance Academy & GTA Academy (WTA Professional coaches Jay Gooding & Jorge Todero)
  • 4 years
  • I train Monday through Friday and some Saturday mornings if I am not competing in tennis tournaments. USTA HP Academy is 5 hours a day (9am-11am and 4pm to 7pm) weekdays. When I was with GTA (Nov 2019 to Dec 2020) we trained 6 days a week for 4 hours a day (9a-11am and 1pm-3pm) we also had fitness 3 days a week (MWF) for 1 hour.
  • BRUCE GILLARD - HOOP DREAMS ELITE
  • 2 years
  • I train 4 hours a day, 4 days a week with Bruce. We work on everything from ball handling, shooting off the dribble, shooting 3s spot up and off the dribble, finishing at the rim, rebounding, blocking shots, free-throws and footwork. This is in addition to my high school practice and game schedule.

Statistics

Statistic2023 Varsity Team
Points/Game17.4
Season High Points35
Rebounds/Game9.5
Season High Rebounds18
Assists/Game2
Season High Assists8
Steals/Game2
Blocks/Game3
Field Goal Pct.40%
Free Throw Pct.83.3%
3 Point FG's43
3 Point FG Pct.40%
Games Played26

Academics

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High School Information

StateFlorida
Enrollment890

Academic Accomplishments

Are you in honor classes?
Yes. Honors Earth Space Science Honors Physical Science Honors Biology Honors Chemistry Honors Environmental Science Honors English 1 Honors English 2 Honors English 3 Honors Algebra 1 Honor Algebra 2 Honors Geometry Honors World History Honors American History Honors US History Honors Personal Finance
Are you in AP/IB classes?
No
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?
Yes

Awards and Activities

  • AwardsNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY National Junior Honor Society National Society of High School Scholars
  • ActivitiesNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

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