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Scouting Liam McNeeley and his fit at Indiana


has one of the best combinations of skill and basketball acumen in the national class. He came up the ranks known as a shooter – and for good reason as he has clean mechanics, a compact release, and shot over 40% from behind the three-point line in both the NIBC and EYBL seasons – but he’s far more versatile than just a specialist. (247 Sports)

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Scouting Liam McNeeley and his fit at Indiana


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