It's a chance to work with Kobe Bryant at the Nike-sponsored positional skills camp in which the 6-foot-3 1/2 Mosley and 19 other shooting guards will get a chance to learn from one of the elite players in the NBA.
``It's key for me," said the Saint Frances Academy (Md.) star. "It'll allow me to get more knowledge of the game and help me make my game better as a player. I'm going to take advantage of that."
``It's one of the best players in the NBA talking to you," Mosley added. "It's a great opportunity."
Mosley was content with his play this past month, but was disappointed that his team didn't enjoy more success.
``We just couldn't get over the hump," he said.
Mosley is a guy who doesn't blow people away with his athleticism, but he's got a good feel for the game which allows him to get to the basket and finish. He's also capable of pulling up and making shots from mid-range.
``The things I need to work on are ballhandling, quickness and being more consistent with my outside shooting," Mosley said.
Mosley said he and his father will sit down in the near future and try and condense his list. Thus far, it includes Maryland, Syracuse, Indiana, Florida, Florida State, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Marist and Kansas.
However, Mosley said that Florida State, Clemson, Florida and Virginia Tech are schools he'd like to take a closer look at.
``The most important thing to me is going somewhere where I can make it to the next level," Mosley said. "That's the only thing I'm worrying about. Being successful in life."