Holman has an above-average heater with plenty of carry, he pounds the zone with it and flashes 60-grade command of it. He can even land his slider in the zone often but it's at just 81-84 mph, which is a steep drop-off in velo for a gyroball. It's a sub-5% spin efficiency pitch that plays well in college, he'll need to add a few ticks in pro ball. His curveball in the upper-70s is sharp and every other swing is a whiff, but he can't land it often enough for it to be a pitch he can get value from outside of 2-strikes. He's thrown some solid changeups, has four pitches he can use in a start, and is usually in the zone at reasonable rates. He transferred to LSU and has the arm talent to go in the first few rounds.