Who said that? I never expected Lieb ever to play much at all. Harris plays hard and well but the main reason he played was we lacked depth, experience, and Skyy left. Also, we lacked shooters. BU addressed at least those aspects we lacked. Its easy to say Harris will play more minutes but barring injury then who will sit at PG? TSJ will get 80% or more of the time available at the 2 so we have Goode and the transfers BU brought in to space the floor for Shannon to do his thing. Thats why BU brought them here. Those guys are going to play most minutes at the three so we have shooters on the floor. If you think at least one of Goode, Domask, or Quincy will be in the floor nearly all the time at the 3 and maybe the 4 too to provide shooting I don't know what to tell ya. If you feel Harris is ahead of Ty. DGL or Harmon at the one I disagree. I don't see Ty or Harris end down the stretch at PG either. I really hope DGL pops. We need a reliable shooting threat from the field and the FT line in closing minutes of games.Last year we all said that Harris would see the same minutes as lieb. He played a lot more.
We’re not going to go 11 deep, but there will be injuries and some guys won’t perform. The lineup will work itself out.
My only point is that Harris has a spot on this team and will see the court. Who do you want in the game with a 10 point lead and three minutes left?
My favorite st. Vincent- st Mary alumni!
- Played in all 33 games, starting seven, and averaged 3.7 ppg and 2.1 rpg
- Posted 11 points, five rebounds and one steal in 21 minutes off the bench at No. 5 Purdue (March 5)
- Six points (3-4 FG) and +10 in 24 minutes in win over No. 21 Northwestern (Feb. 23)
- Five points and two steals and team-high +21 in win over No. 24 Rutgers (Feb. 11)
- Eight points, three boards, two assists and two steals in 14 minutes in win over Nebraska (Jan. 31)
- B1G-high eight points vs. Indiana (Jan. 19)
- Seven points and career-high tying eight rebounds in win at Minnesota (Jan. 16)
- Tied career high with three steals and was team-best +13 in win over No. 14 Wisconsin (Jan. 7)
- Earned first start vs. Bethune-Cookman (Dec. 29), scoring career-high 12 points
- Eight points and five rebounds vs. Missouri (Dec. 22)
- Career- and game-high eight rebounds vs. Alabama A&M (Dec. 17)
- Five points and two blocks and team-high +13 in win over No. 2 Texas (Dec. 6)
- Seven points, two assists and two steals vs. Lindenwood (Nov. 25)
- +7 in nine minutes vs. No. 16 Virginia (Nov. 20)
- +16 in just nine minutes (4 points, 2 steals) to spur comeback win over No. 8 UCLA (Nov. 18)
- Nine points and three steals in college debut vs. Eastern Illinois (Nov. 7)
This kid is a difference maker and should play! He rises to the occasion and is a gamer! Just like I think DGL and Hansberry will be!
- Four-star recruit in the Class of 2022 ranked No. 88 overall by the recruiting services consensus index
- Ranked No. 62 by Rivals, No. 83 by ESPN, No. 93 by Top247 and No. 94 by On3 Consensus
- Averaged 20.1 points, 5.7 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 3.8 steals as a senior
- Led St. Vincent-St. Mary to a second-straight Ohio Division II state championship and 23-4 record
- Player of the Year by Cleveland.com
- All-Ohio Co-Player of the Year by the OHSAA and Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association
- Averaged 14.4 points, 4.7 rebounds, 3.2 steals and 3.1 assists as a junior
- Helped St. Vincent-St. Mary to the 2021 OHSAA state title in Division II and 25-2 record
- Second-team All-Ohio
- Played for the Wildcat Select AAU program