USC in the mix for top-10 2021 prospect

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  1. USC in the mix for top-10 2021 prospect
    ErikMcKinney

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    Six-foot-10, 220-pound center Moussa Cisse (Memphis/Lausanne Collegiate School) released his top ten schools today and USC is in the mix, along with Alabama, Florida State, Illinois, Georgetown, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Memphis and Tennessee.

    Cisse is the No. 8 prospect in the 2021 class and would be another five-star center for the Trojans, following Evan Mobley in the 2020 class. Memphis is seen as the favorite right now, thanks to its proximity, but the Trojans will go after Cisse.
     
       
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  3. usc88

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    Is seems that Coach Mobley is an elite big man coach. He can develop them with the best.
    Now all that is needed is a PG/SG guard coach with the same skills.
     
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    Lol....good recruiter esp with his 2 kids....not sure about being an elite big man coach..

    OO did not really show big time improvements from beginning to end of season...but lots of talent for sure.

    His son was hyped, did not show any type of development...

    Rako should have played better as a senior...
     
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    Agree about Rak. He played very soft at times and is one of the most maddeningly inconsistent players I can remember at USC.
     
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    Rak didn't develop because he didn't ever listen. He was a head case for 3 1/2 years. The last half of the sean he kept is temper under control and was more team oriented. No credit or blame to Coach Mobley. Rak was his own worst enemy.
     
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    Though to say he didn’t develop over his career would be a huge misstatement. His inconsistency is about who he is.
     
  8. Alta Loma Trojan

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    I agree with everything that has been said and his emotional highs and lows were his biggest enemy. How many 3 star big men produced as much in their SC career? I've seen enough 3* star 6'10" flops at SC to know that Rak should be remembered also for a lot solid games and a key reason why we won many games.
     
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    I doubt we get him, it is nice to be in the game
     

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