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Thursday / May 30.
  • Former USC signee Brody Kozlowski commits to BYU

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    By CHARLIE PARENT

    Brody Kozlowski, a four-star in the class of 2024, has committed to BYU, his mother confirmed to ZAGSBLOG Monday.

    The 6-foot-7 forward had decommitted from USC a month ago after head coach Andy Enfield moved to SMU.

    Kozlowski is the No. 1 player out of Utah and ultimately stays home as the first commitment of the Kevin Young era. He brings a dynamic offensive game with the ability to guard 1-through-5.

    “I would describe my game as being very versatile. I’m a mismatch…can shoot the 3 ball with range, post up or put it on the floor and get to the bucket,” he told ZAGSBLOG after committing to USC. “I can guard 1-5 and I have a very high motor with a lot of toughness. I love to win. USC fans you’re getting a hard worker and the best shooter in the gym.”

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