Alabama Offers 5-Star Power Forward from Texas
The Crimson Tide extended an offer to 2024 five-star power forward Liam McNeeley of Plano, TX.
McNeeley, who stands at 6-foot-7, 190 lbs., is the seventh player from his class to receive an offer from Alabama, joining fellow five-star Trentyn Flowers and many others.
A lengthy, athletic high-percentage shooter, McNeeley also features elite court vision and frequently sets up his teammates for buckets with his passing.
247Sports' Brandon Jenkins calls the rising junior, "As versatile as they come in the 2024 class," Jenkins continued, "He has the handle and feel to initiate an offense through pressure and with his textbook shooting stroke, he has the capability to be a knockdown three-point shooter at a high level."
"He is unselfish to a fault, but his aggression as a scorer will come as he gains more confidence in his game. McNeeley is an extreme talent with a high IQ who is only just beginning to tap into his upside," Jenkins said.
As a sophomore, McNeeley led his high school, John Paul II, to a state title, and also won a gold medal as a member of the USA Men's Junior National Team.
The impressive prospect already holds offers from several other premiere power five programs, including Duke, Wisconsin and Texas Tech, but if Alabama continues to recruit like it has under Nate Oats, the Tide will be in play for the five-star come his commitment date.