That much, everyone agrees on.
From there, recruiting services have a minor quibble over where he's ranked in the 2023 pecking order.
Regardless, he's special - and it seems the entire college basketball community knows it.
The 6-foot-8, 195-pound playmaker, however, Is down to eight options: Arkansas, Auburn, Houston, Kentucky, Memphis, Texas, UCLA and the NBA's G-League:
Among those schools, Holland has set official visits to both UCLA and Memphis - two of his top suitors.
Scheduled for a trip to Los Angeles this weekend, Holland shared photos of his official visit to social media:
While his recruitment remains unpredictable, Holland's on-court performance has been anything but, especially at the high school level.
This season, Duncanville won its third consecutive state title, as Holland and class of 2022 five-star prospect Anthony Black, an Arkansas signee, led the way.
During the season, Holland averaged 15.9 points, 7.9 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 2.0 steals per game and earned SBLive's Defensive Player of the Year in the state of Texas.
Here's what 247Sports had to say in its scouting report on Holland:
"Holland has a high motor to go along with good mobility, length, and agility. He runs the floor and changes ends well. Holland is both very active and versatile defensively. He is capable of impacting the game in a number of ways, but his ability to crash the glass maybe his biggest strength. He has worked on his shooting mechanics as they have progressed since his arrival in high school. He needs to continue to develop in that area of his game. A young prospect for his class, Holland's upside will be based upon his mindset and dedication in improving his craft."