Over the course of the past two years during his high school career, JaiQuan Holman has continued to show he is one of the top guards in the 2025 class in Illinois. Whether it has been with his high school; Springfield Lanphier or on the grassroots level with the Illinois Predators, Holman has constantly played at a high level. 

Even while playing up an age group last spring and summer with the Predators at the 16U level, the 6’0” point guard earned himself a spot onto the second team for the NY2LA Association. Holman also stood out playing up two age levels on the 17U level. Holman has continued this into his sophomore season while averaging 17 points and 5 assists per game to have Springfield Lanphier out to a 10-4 record. 

“I am a three-level scorer, I can play the one and the two,” Holman said to describe his own game. The sophomore is a dynamic playmaker that excels with the ball in his hands. He is at his best playing on the attack as he is strong with the ball in his hands and creates well for himself plus his teammates. Holman finishes well all around the paint in addition to being able to hit shots off the dribble. Plus, he is a skilled passer that sees the floor very well. A couple things that he wants to improve upon includes becoming a more efficient scorer and being more vocal on both sides of the ball. 

For the rest of his sophomore season and high school career, Holman has some lofty goals for himself. These include winning a conference championship and state championship as well to becoming the all-time leading scorer at Lanphier.