Hollands joined the Queensland club as the seventh overall selection in the 2020 National Draft and has since bided his time outside of the senior circle due to injury and development.
After an impressive run in the VFL this year, the Suns have finally looked toward the 20-year-old to be a key piece in their engine room at AFL level.
Within the club's announcement of his maiden match, Hollands expressed his delight to be making his debut in the QClash.
“It’s a very surreal feeling and I’m looking forward to getting stuck in on Saturday night - to be able to live out the dream of playing AFL footy is very exciting,” Hollands said, via Suns Media.
“It has been a journey coming in with the rehab group and not getting stuck into footy until late last year in my first season.
“I’ve definitely got the confidence I’m ready to go out there and I know if I bring my best footy I’ll be able to perform and match it with the best.
“I’ll have great support from the boys and I’m sure they’ll look after me in my first game.”
The Suns are scheduled to clash with Brisbane at 7:10pm (AEST) on Saturday night at the Gabba.