Posted On: 02/12/21 12:00 PM

Ladera Ranch, Cal. — Coverage of the seventh-grade division at the Prep Hoops Next West Coast Kick-off continues with part two of my three-part series featuring the event’s top performers from the Class of 2026. The following standouts added quite a bit of firepower to the tournament and made for an exciting weekend in Orange County...

Chance Holley | Inglewood, CA | Class of 2026

One of several backcourt standouts for The Truth (CA), Holley garnered attention with his strong two-way play throughout the Prep Hoops Next West Coast Kick-off. An active defender, Holley was in constant motion, and his effort in limiting transition opportunities for opponents was commendable. However, there is more substance to the Southern California native’s game than hustle and effort. He proved to be a reliable catch-and-shoot threat but also has the length and athleticism to finish in the lane at this stage. Although he may not command the touches that others on his team do, Holley is very efficient, and his production should not be overlooked.

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