Jonathan Holmes, like some of the more talented rookies to go undrafted, has an advantage over second-round picks.

The Texas product was able to choose his own team, and when it comes to the Celtics, the floor-stretching power forward appears to have found a good fit.

“My agent thought this team would give me a good opportunity to play and show my talents,” Holmes said. “Honestly, I got a call from my agent, he asked me, ‘How would you like to play for the Celtics?’, and I was like, cool, considering who they are.”

Holmes, based on a strong predraft workout with the team, was already on coach Brad Stevens’ radar. Based on his performance in two Las Vegas summer league games (15.0 points, 8.5 rebounds, 4-for-6 3-point shooting) Holmes is achieving his goal. He’s getting noticed, and not only by the C’s.

“This is what summer league is about, especially if you’re an undrafted player,” he said. “It gives you a chance to show what you can do to everybody.”

With the additions of David Lee and Amir Johnson, and the strong summer league being turned in by Jordan Mickey, Holmes’ chances of eventually winning a roster spot would appear to be slim.

But based on the efficiency and smoothness of his jumper, and his ability to play a physical game on the glass, Holmes has nonetheless left a strong impression.

“He does have a nice shot,” said Celtics assistant coach Micah Shrewsberry, who is coaching this summer league team. “You can tell he really has an advantage over some people because he played in college for four years. He looks like he’s played in a lot of college basketball games. He really doesn’t get rattled, and I like that.