Updated as of 11/21/2020. Scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2020 rankings were finalized on 11/17/20.
Classification: Fifth-Year Senior
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Solid shooter, especially off the catch
Decent scorer off the dribble
Excels at scoring on the move
Adequate rebounder for his size
Above average athlete
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Can struggle to score in traffic
Can have lapses defensively
Not an elite athlete
Has limited experience against top competition
Has had multiple knee injuries
Old for a draft prospect, may have limited upside
Caleb Homesley is an athletic, skilled swingman that could project to be a 3 and D type of role player in the NBA. He scored 30 points to get his team an upset win over Mississippi State in the 2019 NCAA Tournament, and he has helped his team get 58 wins in the past two seasons. On the downside, he’s had a history of knee injuries, and hasn’t often faced top-notch competition due to playing at a small school, but he’s shown that he can play well on the big stage. Right now, he may project to be a borderline second round candidate for the 2020 draft.
ESPN’s Article on Homesley’s Standout Game and History of Knee Injuries
Liberty Basketball’s Wikipedia Page
Highlights of the 3/22/18 Liberty-Mississippi State Game from YouTube via March Madness
Highlights of the 3/24/18 Liberty-Virginia Tech Game from YouTube via March Madness
Highlights of the 12/30/19 Liberty-LSU Game from YouTube via Matthew Loves Ball
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