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Mazi Mosley conversation

When you play high school basketball in the largest state in the nation, you can get lost among all the noise, but every year you have a few that explode on the scene and the lights go on. St. Francis 6’4” 2025 SG Mazi Mosley is that player.

A year and a half ago his focus was on baseball as one of the top prospects in California. “I played baseball for 10 years, could hit from both sides and very good on the base”. His baseball game was like his basketball game, where he could play multiple positions but when covid hit, “I fell out of love with the game and made basketball the focus”, he said.

Mosley is one of the most focused and disciplined high school players that I’ve had the pleasure of sitting down with. With the NIBC, OTE, other independent prep programs, with many recruiting him, I I asked, why did you stay put? “I didn’t think I was ready to go to a prep school, I needed more time to develop, work on my skills and get stronger’, he stated. That was a great answer, showing his maturity and awareness of who he is as a player.

Mosley has shown he can play the one, two or three, and works out daily to improve those skills. “I’m concentrating on developing my point guard skills, working on decision making, seeing the floor better and when to take shots and get my teammates involved”.

Mosley is well rounded, giving the same energy to his academics and basketball. “My parents wouldn’t have it any other way”. Going through the process is always tough for young athletes but Mosley has the full support and guidance from his parents and brother.

His play this Spring and Summer raised his profile and garnered him attention from UCLA, Marquette, Colorado, Oregon State, Creighton, Oklahoma, Texas, TCU and Santa Clara.‌

He has offers from Arizona State, California, Missouri-Kansas City, Montana, San Diego State, Washington and Xavier. He is setting up some official and un-officials for early December.

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