A guard from the Mountain West Conference decided to transfer to the Pac-12 on Friday. His experience could benefit him on his next team.

Anthony Holland spent the last four seasons of his college career at Fresno State, but announced that he’ll be committing to Washington hoops via his social media.

Holland comes in at 6-foot-5, 225 pounds. He averaged 6.8 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 1 assist in 30 games played this season. As a whole, Holland played in 113 games while at Fresno State.

Other accolades that Holland achieved this past season include a 41.9% field goal percentage and a 73.5% free throw percentage.

Despite Holland’s efforts, the Bulldogs still finished with an 11-20 record after losing in the first round of the Mountain West Tournament to Colorado State.

The Huskies also lost in their conference tournament as well. Washington ended the year at 16-16 after losing to Colorado in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament.

As a recruit, Holland did not have very many offers. The only two programs to offer Holland out of high school Fresno State and UC Riverside. In the end Holland decided to go to Fresno State.

Holland’s veteran presence should be felt on the court by Washington. One thing to watch is how Washington is planning on using him.