One of the state's elite overall talents, regardless of class, and the top overall prospect in the state's AIA ranks is Millennium High School's gifted and dominant 6-foot-9, 205-pound junior forward/post DaRon Holmes. After a high school season where he led a young Millennium team to a 6A State Championship runner-up finish, Holmes completely took his game to another level this off-season and returns as a junior to complete some unfinished business - winning it all.
Holmes is changing the game in Arizona, as last season he and his young Millennium teammates surprised many Arizona basketball enthusiasts by finishing with a strong 22-7 overall record on the season with a very young team. This off-season, Head Coach Ty Amundsen and his talented young group of prospects took it to another level - winning just about everything they competed in. Holmes was the catalyst for the team's success, as the majority of teams failed to match-up with such a talented and dominant bigger, versatile post prospect.
The state of Arizona has rarely seen a prospect like Holmes take the floor of the Arizona hardwood - a big post prospect with superb length and versatility.
Here is a sophomore mixtape of the gifted 2021 prospect by EVision . . .