2014 Intro: Cuyler Mosley

Coaches are beginning to take a closer look at Orlando native Cuyler Mosley who now has three official scholarship offers.

Class of 2014 guard Cuyler Mosley is beginning to make a name for himself. The Orlando (Fla.) Timber Creek standout had a solid junior season, and already has three offers. Now more and more schools are taking an interest in the versatile guard.

At 6-foot-3 and 170 pounds, Mosley has the ability to play several backcourt positions, and his skillset allows him to excel in multiple spots on the floor.

"Our season went alright," said Mosley. "It was disappointing because we lost in the second round of districts I think I did pretty good though, I averaged about 15 points and eight rebounds per game."

He continued, "I'm 6-foot-3 and I like playing point and handling the ball. I think I am a good shooter and I get to the rim. Also for a guard I feel like I am a good rebounder."

Recruiting wise he already has three offers, and then several other schools are in the mix showing him attention.

"I have a few offers from Rider, Jacksonville, and Kansas State," said Mosley. "Also I have been hearing a lot from Drexel, Saint Joseph's, Temple, UAB came down and watched me workout, Xavier watched me workout, and I think that is it right now."

The offer from Kansas State was a big one for Mosley. Bruce Weber and his staff have done a good job of staying in touch with Mosley and letting him know they have a major interest.

"The coaches stay in touch with me a lot, and it feels good to know that if I went there I could play on TV all the time, and I know they have a real good program," said Mosley.

Also several other schools are beginning to form an excellent relationship with Mosley.

"I have a good relationship with Xavier, the head coach, Coach (Chris) Mack, came down and he has talked with my parents," said Mosley. "I also have a good relationship with Coach (Fran) Dunphy at Temple, Drexel I have a good relationship with their assistant coach, and the coaches from Jacksonville have been staying in close contact and have come down a few times."

For now Mosley is in no hurry to select a school, but he does know what is going to be the most important factor going forward when it comes to making a decision.

"Definitely the relationship with the coaches is important," said Mosley. "My sister plays basketball at LaSalle, so I know the player, coach relationship is real important. Basically how I interact with the coaches is going to be the most important thing."

Mosley is running with the loaded Showtime Ballers program this spring and summer on the AAU circuit.

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