Holland's a versatile chess piece for a NFL defense. He lined up primarily as an undersized linebacker for Oregon in 2019, before he opted out of the 2020 CFB season, but he has the tools to play anywhere. He's a fantastic athlete that has great acceleration ability. He's able to bail out into his deep zone quickly or close downhill fast. Good in zone coverage and constantly keeping his hips and eyes trained on the QB. Got beat a couple of times on tape, but that can be worked on. Has enough mobility to line up as a WLB and bail out to a 2-deep look post-snap. Excellent change of direction and a smooth mover in space. Able to easily flip his hips. Decent ball skills and able to get his hands in passing lanes. Had a layup INT against Cal, but showed natural hands as a receiver. Solid in run support and was able to make several nice tackles on film. Extremely undersized though to be asked to navigate the box. Struggles to break free when a reaching lineman gets their hands on him. Solid tackler and wraps up consistently. Excellent speed and agility. Able to keep up with slot receivers in man coverage and fly all over the formation. Intense player. Willing to engage in contact at every level and make offensive players fight for their yardage. Overall, Holland's an intriguing prospect for a NFL team that is looking for a player to fill the Jamal Adams role for their defense. He's certainly not anywhere close to Jamal Adams from a talent perspective, but he played a very similar role for Oregon. He has the athleticism to be a factor at all three levels. A very solid prospect overall. Should push the early Day 2 pick territory.