Jacksonville Guard Ready For the Season
Aug 25, 2010
By: Robert Sumpter
At 6’0, Mosley is one of the more exciting guards in the
“We had a great year last year, but I was disappointed in how we finished losing to
Basketball has been a part of Mosley’s life since he was born. Not only did he have older brothers play the sport challenging him on a daily basis, but his dad was a player and currently is the head coach at
“Having my dad as a coach, I get to learn more about the sport. He doesn’t force me to play and doesn’t try to coach me, but he helps me with the little things. After a game he may give me a pointer or go over things he saw on the court. It’s definitely a plus having him to talk to.” Mosley said.
Over the summer, Mosley went out of his comfort zone of Jacksonville and played with Florida Prospects based out of
“My main goal over the summer was to get better in every aspect of the game. I felt that playing for Florida Prospects helped me achieve that while playing against some of the better players in the nation.” Mosley said.
“Mosley may have improved more than anyone on our team this summer. He went from a player who was a contributor, to a player that I couldn’t get off the court. He improved his shot selection and started to realize how fast and quick he is on the court. By the end of the summer, he was blowing by defenders on a daily basis creating for him and teammates.” Team Florida Prospects AAU coach Kelvin Robinson said.
Mosley definitely saw his stock rise over the summer. Currently, he is getting recruited by several schools throughout the nation including:
“I’m looking for a school where they have a good graduation ratio and a place where I can grow and get better as a player and a person.” Mosley said.
After having a successful summer, Mosley plans on continuing to improve and have a different perspective for his upcoming year.
“After playing this summer, and seeing the success I was able to have, I feel like I am at a different level as a player now. My confidence is up and I am ready to just dominate on the court.” Mosley said.
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