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@ASlater247: 6'9"Moustapha Diagne'15 has offers from Cuse, UConn, Nova, St.John's, Cincy, WVU, Temple, Penn St., OreSt. & interest from Florida & Ohio St
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High School: Pope John (NJ)
AAU: CBC

http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/basketball/recruiting/player-Moustapha-Diagne-145515

Moustapha Diagne – CBC – Diagne dominated the game every minute that he was in with his size, athleticism, and wide skill set. The 6’9” sophomore was very active both offensively and defensively, rebounded the ball in high volume, ran the floor well, and even showed the ability to push the ball in transition with the bounce off of the rebounds he secured. Diagne and teammate Sam Ibiezugbe form a very big and intimidating back line of the CBC defense that makes it extremely difficult for opposing teams to score at the rim. While CBC only got to play one game on the day due to a forfeit by one of the teams they were scheduled to play, they dominated and were the most impressive team to take the floor today. Hard to imagine that they couldn’t compete with, or possibly beat, any 16u team in the country.

http://www.newenglandrecruitingreport.com/news/article/3045/NEHF-Saturday-Recap-II.php
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“@ASlater247: 6'9"Moustapha Diagne'15 has offers from Cuse, UConn, Nova, St.John's, Cincy, WVU, Temple, Penn St., OreSt. & interest from Florida & Ohio St”
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Mary Kline Classic:

Moustapha Diagne, 6-9, PF, Pope John XXIII (NJ), 2015

With a similar build to Bentil, Diagne can also impact the game by doing the little things. The most impressive aspect of his game was how well he ran the floor. Considered a three-star prospect, Diagne doesn’t just run the floor well, he fills lanes that allow his team to spread out the defense and score easily. Most bigs who run like gazelles are just taught to run directly from rim to rim. Just a sophomore, Diagne has plenty of time to move his way up recruiting charts.

http://www.slamonline.com/online/college-hs/high-school/2013/06/mary-kline-classic-future-is-now/
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A few Diagne clips starting around the 2:31 mark....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6lHiyzRuA8
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Nike Elite One Hundred Camp

Moustapha Diagne (2015, Clifton, N.J.)
His game is raw and unorthodox. In fact it took me quite a while to determine if he is right handed or left handed. Right handed is the verdict, but he loves to use a left handed jump hook and also threw an impressive length of the court baseball pass with his left hand. Not much of a shooter, I'd actually take his left hand jump hook over his jump shot. But the important point is that no post player utilized his athleticism like Diagne. For one, he is an elite athlete with strength at 6-7, 228-pounds. Secondly, he has a motor that is second to none. His 7-0 wingspan and quick jumping ability made him a shot blocking force and he ran the floor and rebounded like a demon.

http://247sports.com/Article/Skal-Labissiere-Carlton-Bragg-and-other-big-men-at-Elite-100-134337
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Diagne makes his move

During the high school season, Moustapha Diagne built up a strong reputation on the East Coast. The Sparta (N.J.) Pope John XXIII big man backed up at the Elite 100.

Although he isn't quite the 6-foot-9 he's been listed at (he measured 6-foot-7 in his socks), Diagne has a seven-foot wingspan and high shoulders that allow him to play bigger than his size. What Diagne also does is compete with purpose, play with physicality and never give up on plays.

A rugged 230-pounder, Diagne punishes opponents in the post with his body and is a strong rebounder and intimidating figure in the post. He will turn to both shoulders and hit jump hooks with both his right and left hand. Actually, for a while it was tough to tell that he is actually right-handed because he was so dedicated to working for that left-handed jump hook.

On a few occasions, Diagne poorly chose to launch up deep jumpers, but for the most part he played in the lane where he looks most comfortable. He can run the floor well enough and appears to be a good low-post defender. Mark him down as a no-brainer, high-major and four-star who will make a splash when 2015 rankings get updated.

“@ebosshoops: Here is the first installment of Elite 100 coverage, a recap of top performers (free) http://rivalshoops.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1514140&PT=4&PR=2
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5 guys at Elite 100 that I'd want on my team: Cassius Winston, Franklin Howard, Luke Kennard, Evan Boudreaux, and Moustapha Diagne.

https://twitter.com/BWeixScout/status/344175356640641024
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http://zagsblog.com/recruiting/2015-forward-diagne-to-visit-syracuse-rutgers-cuse-working-hardest/


It's been quite a while since a recruit has said St. John's is working the hardest.
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