NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT
|POSITION: C||FROM: Oklahoma State|
|HT: 6-10||WT: 215|
|BORN: NA||YEAR: So.||WING: NA||REACH: NA|
Cisse is a great shot blocker to changes the game on the defensive end. He gets off the floor quickly, has good patience and timing and seems to take a lot of pride in defending the rim. He appears to have really good length and can alter shots even when he doesn’t jump.
Moussa Cisse has a lot of athletic upside: he’s a quick and explosive athlete with excellent coordination for a near 7-footer and he changes ends quickly.
At this point he’s not a polished offensive player and has a long ways to go to become a “modern” center, one who can shoot with range and make plays on the perimeter. He’s a rim runner, a lob threat and is starting to figure out some post moves. His quickness off the floor is his best weapon and he’s a threat on the offensive glass.
- Bismack Biyombo
- Victor Wembanyama – 7-2 – France
- Jalen Duren – 6-10 – Philadelphia, PA
- Dereck Lively – 7-0 – Bellefonte, PA
- Kenneth Lofton Jr. – 6-7 – LA Tech
- Enoch Boakye – 6-10 – Arizona State (Canada)
- Vincent Iwuchukwu – 7-0 – San Antonio, TX
- Yohan Traore – 6-10 – Prolific Prep (France)
- Charles Bediako – 6-11 – Alabama (Canada)
- Bretner Mutombo – 6-9 – Congo
- Oumar Ballo – 6-10 – Arizona (Mali)
- Dilan Anderson – 7-0 – Arizona
- Moussa Cisse – 6-11 – NA (Guinea)
- Mady Sissoko – 6-10 – Michigan State (Mali)
- Jerrell Colbert – 6-10 – LSU
- Will Baker – 7-0 – Nevada
- Ryan Mutombo – 6-11 – Georgetown