Shaquille O’Neal’s 16-Year-Old Son Continues To Show Potential (VIDEO)

Shareef O’Neal is starting to make his own legacy. While Shaq’s son is just a sophomore, he has already hit 6-foot-9 and no shortage of college coaches are starting to take interest, as we saw at the Nike EYBL Midwest Takeover.

Running with Cal Supreme’s 16U squad, Shareef showed off his full arsenal of skills. On the offensive end, he converted around the rack at a high rate and ran the floor like a deer in transition. When it came to creating for himself, he showed off a reliable J out to the collegiate three point line and converted everything at the rack. On the defensive side, Shareef used his huge wingspan to hold down the paint as a shot-blocker. While he’s not quite as big or as massive as his Dad, the younger O’Neal is already showing the makings of a big time prospect.

At a mere 16-years old, Shareef already has offers from his Pops’ alma mater (LSU), Baylor, UCLA, USC, and Kansas State.