From missing the beginning of his senior season, to catching four touchdowns in the state title game. Brophy wideout Sean Lieb's season was a bit of a roller coaster. The final twist of that ride is expected to come in the near future when Lieb (6-1 185) decides where he will play his college football.
24-7Football.com caught up with Lieb to get a recruiting update and to talk football with the Brophy star.
24-7: What schools have offered you?
What schools have you visited?
"I have visited
Have you narrowed your choices down at all?
"I have currently narrowed it down to either
What are going to be your deciding factors when choosing a school?
"The academics, the location of the school, the coaching staff, the current players, and the school's football program."
When do you plan to decide?
"In the next couple weeks."
Will you sign on signing day?
"I'm not sure at the moment."
What do you want to major in?
"Biology, Business, or History, it's up in the air."
What were your stats?
"60 Receptions, 918 Yards, and 16 Touchdowns (8 in the Post Season, 4 in the State Championship)."
What is your GPA and SAT score?
"I have a 3.2 GPA and my SAT score was 1920."
Talk a little about winning the state title.
"It was an amazing experience to be a part of a championship team and getting the chance to contribute to our victory. Being that it is our senior year, we had hoped to go out with a "bang" and we did just that. I appreciate the confidence Coach Molander had in me after my injury, and continuing to believe I could be a part of this year's 5A-1 State Champs. Unfortunately, I turned down a chance to move up with the varsity football team my sophomore year to play basketball, and obviously, they won the first State title in Brophy Prep's history. I was so thankful that our team was willing to put in the work this year to make it back again, and I wasn't going to waste a second."
Talk a little about your injury at the start of the season.
"It was definitely frustrating because I had missed out on a few camps, including the Nike Camp, and a combine so I was very behind in the recruiting process. I also missed out on all passing league games. I owe a lot of my results to Brett Fischer from Fischer Sports, who had the patience to work with me in a very difficult time in my life. I would go to rehab, every morning before school, determined to get my body healed, unfortunately it took longer than we all thought it would. It was also difficult watching my teammates play in the first three games when I was in shorts and a t-shirt on the sidelines. One of those three games, was a loss to
Stay tuned with 24-7Football.com to stay updated on Sean's recruiting.