Like many players still left on the board, point guard Terrell Holloway knows the time is fast approaching about his college decision. The New York native is now at Harmony Community School in Cincinnati, Ohio and is considering all of his options.
The Rivals150 point guard is one of the top five uncommitted players in the nation at his position and with his season already started at Harmony (4-1), his time to evaluate all of his options is dwindling this fall. That hasn't kept Holloway from deciding on his top three.
"I've pretty much trimmed list down to Indiana, Virginia and Tennessee," Holloway said. "It's basically those three schools. I'm going to try and visit all three schools (again)."
Holloway said he will take the ACT on Oct. 27 and hopes to take a couple more official visits. The three-star guard recently traveled to Indiana for the Hoosier Hysteria festivities and enjoyed his time there with the team and a large contingency from his home state.
"It was crazy out there," Holloway said. "We saw how good the fans treat the players out there. It was like a big family. There was a lot of red in the gym."
Holloway tripped to Tennessee earlier in the fall and enjoyed his time there.
"That was nice also. We went out to the football game and it started like at seven at night and we went out there around four or five o'clock. There was 50,000 people already out there just tailgating at at the stadium for the Tennessee walk," he said. "It was a nice environment for sports."
Holloway was on Virginia's during the NBA Players Association camp and would like to make a return trip to Charlottesville.
"They've been in the mix since the end of the summer," he said. "A couple of my guys have talked to the coaches at Virginia and they came out to my school during the live period when they could watch. I'm kind of interested in their school."
Holloway said he still has some work to do academically and would like to ink in April.
"I think the plan is to sign late but I could see myself committing early but wait (until the spring to sign)," Holloway said. "I don't know if I'm looking forward to any other schools coming in but you never know. Anything can happen between now and then."