Mobley Brothers
LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 11: Top high school players and brothers Evan Mobley (L) and Isaiah Mobley (R) attend the game between the USC Trojans and the Vanderbilt Commodores at The Galen Center on November 11, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images)

The USC Trojans went 22-9 and 11-7 in the Pac-12 conference. Gone is freshman star Onyeka Okongwu, who was the Trojans leading scorer and rebounding last year. In comes freshman phenom Evan Mobley, who will join his brother Isaiah on the frontcourt this year. The Mobley brothers father Eric is an assistant coach for USC,

Outside of the brothers, USC has small forward Isaiah White, a transfer from Utah Valley joins the team; he averaged 14.5 points and 8.4 rebounds per game. White probably won’t have similar numbers with the Trojans, but he will be a quality player. At the two-guard, USC has another transfer, Noah Bauman. Bauman is a knockdown shooter; he shot 45.5% from beyond the arch last year at San Jose State. At the point guard spot will be Ethan Anderson, who struggled last year. USC success will hinge on the Mobley Brothers.

Mobley Brothers

Evan

Evan Mobley is the No.2 recruit in the 2020 class. He comes in s the highest-rated recruit to join USC. If Mobley plays to his potential, he could develop into an all-time great. Evan is 7 feet with a 7”5 wingspan. He can handle the ball and is dangerous in pick and pop situations. Mobley is also a willing passer and can shoot from the outside. The star freshman is also solid on the defensive end; Mobley is an outstanding all-around player and will be fun to watch.

Isaiah

Isaiah played for the Trojans last year and averaged 6.2 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. He will be starting next to his brother this year. Mobley can score inside and out. He struggled last season but is capable of being a good shooter. Maybe with his brother getting a lot of attention, it will open things up for him. The older Mobley is also strong on the boards and should benefit from playing with his bother. The Mobley brothers had outstanding chemistry when they played in high school together. They will look to continue that at USC.

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