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Elite five-star center Moussa Cisse announced this week that he has elected to graduate from high school a year early and reclassify to 2020.

Cisse, a 6-10, 220-pound prospect from Memphis, TN, has Kentucky, Florida State, Memphis, LSU, Georgia, and Georgetown in his top six schools. He is rated the No. 1 center in the country and the No. 8 overall player in the 2020 class, according to ESPN.

Cisse is expected to announce his decision next week after he graduates from high school and several 247 Sports analysts are leaning towards LSU as his landing spot.



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Will Wade stacking up the best roster at LSU since Shaq was on campus. If Watford comes back and Cisse joins up this team could win the natty.
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He seems like an old school 90's big. I like that. If he gets aggressive in the paint he will dominate. I'm waiting on a 7 footer to come along with Jaime Lloreda's aggressiveness and hustle in the paint. This could be that guy. (Old John Brady era player.)
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Reading the title I thought we had a replacement for Cush!
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Strong offer incoming.
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A strong arse offer indeed
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Don’t talk on the phone. Don’t talk on the phone.
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They will have a documentary about this one day. Dont know if it will be good or bad. "Strong offers"
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Wakanda foreva
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Second coming of Shaq though there is really only 1 "Shaq"
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“Big arse offer”
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Wade is a gangsta
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From his highlights, it seems like he should be a good teammate. No unnecessary theatrics after good plays. All business.
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Corona can't stop the Wade train. Bootup
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Alabama lean Lol
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I dont know why anyone gets excited for these 5 Star basketball players that come for 1 and done.
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yeah, we should have him go somewhere else...since it's just for one year...
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In this case, we need a center bad
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This is the way you win in todays college basketball. There is a reason why Duke, Kentucky, etc..are at the top of the sport year after year. Will Wade inherited the worst roster in program history and in 2 years made the sweet sixteen and had he actually been on the bench coaching who knows how far they could've really gone in that tournament. Wade put up another 20 win season after that and with the incoming class as it is might have the best roster assembled since Shaq and Chris. Add in the best center in the 2020 class and they could win a national championship. This is why you care about 1 and done kids. Wake up guy.
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He should go to clean blue blood program like Duke or Kentucky or UNC right?? LINK
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That situation is anything but straight forward. That lady could be making it all up. She’s a bad person.
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LMAO. He isn't even trying to hide his cheating. It's common sense. This would be like 5 star players in football lining up in droves to play for Maryland or Boston College. It makes zero sense. No offense to the tiger faithful, but your facilities are horrid, fan support is bad, mediocre tradition. Etc.
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Jelly smell is strong here
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2019 - #1 in the SEC 2020 - #2 in the SEC
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Fan support is definitely mediocre at the moment. You need to do your homework on facilities and tradition and come back and see us though
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How much of a strong arse offer did MR morals will wade offer this dude
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An a-hole in every group.
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Im an a-hole? So wade didn’t give JA VONTE A “strong arse offer” ? Oh wow I must have dreamed that up
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Hey Dickie V ... One More for the Gangster Coach and One More for the Bad Guy!!!
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My ninja
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txbd
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damnnn he's got a sweet stroke for a big dude
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