Jeremy Lieberman has an ability to create his own shot, which makes his short size not as big of a concern at the next level. He comes out of Calabasas High (California), and his recruitment has started to build in the last couple months. It should continue in the next few months.
When asked by Scout.com’s Greg Hicks what he is looking for in a school, he responded “really just the best fit for me. Someplace where they will put the ball in my hands. The location isn’t really a factor; I’ll play anywhere. As far as early playing time, I obviously want to play but I know I have to earn it.”
Lieberman is not currently ranked on Scout, but interest in him should heat up as the year continues; his play this summer should be a key factor in the schools interested in him going forward.
“Wyoming, UC Davis and San Diego have offered,” Lieberman told Scout.
Lieberman has the skill to have the ball in his hands and has proved that with his play. It will be interesting to see how his game develops, because he will have a bit more difficulty getting his shot off at the next level. He probably will not be in the pros one day, but congratulations to a young man who has played his way to a college scholarship.