Holliday has "potential" and has little "experience". Jonny Flynn has proven himself that he can stand out in the best conference in America against all the big boys. Hes made big plays at big times and has that natural talent that you can't teach. Jennings has been in Europe and not doing that well. Holliday had a very mediocre year at UCLA. Flynn left only his sophomore year and still put up the numbers and is ready to help a team NOW! He reminds me (and himself) of Chris Paul at nearly the same height and ball handling. There is really nothing bad to say about this kid other than he may be a little small, but my point before of Chris Paul's size shows that height doesn't stop point guards from being outstanding players (look at Brooks this year in the playoffs).
Overall, Flynn not only brings excitement, but he brings a good image on AND off the court. He knows that right things to say, the right way to act, and how to represent a team. I hope the Warrior's snatch him up because this kid could be a stud in this league for a long time.
To remind everyone, Lebron James befriended Flynn after seeing him kill the competition at the King James Camp. Lebron thinks so highly of him that he told his agent to scoop him up (which he did). Weeks before Flynn signed with Leon Rose (Lebron's agent), Lebron had Flynn fly to Cleveland to sit and talk with him about basketball. Lebron sees this kid as a potential superstar.
I don't know about you, but I want to win NOW. Flynn will give us that ability, while Jennings has played overseas without standing out (against European talent) and Holliday has yet to prove himself other than a magnificent recruit out of high school.