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Breaking: Isaiah Mobley Withdraws from NBA Draft

Evan Mobley will head into the NBA draft without brother Isaiah.

Just hours before the NBA draft withdraw deadline, USC forward Isaiah Mobley has eliminated his name from the pile. The 6-foot-10 superstar will return to USC for another season.

After the 2020-21 season wrapped up, Mobley announced that he would test the NBA draft waters, while retaining his ability to return to USC. Isaiah Mobley appeared at the NBA draft combine alongside brother Evan Mobley and impressed many with his performance.

Isaiah Mobley appeared in 32 games last season, and finished with a field goal percentage of 47.2, three-point percentage of 43.6, and free throw percentage of 54.5. His return serves as a huge boost for Andy Enfield's team as the Trojans look to make another splash at March Madness next season.

Beyond beefing up his collegiate resume, Mobley's return also opens up new opportunities for cash flow. The NCAA's NIL policies will allow Isaiah too monetize from his own name, image, and likeness before he hits the draft pool again.

Isaiah Mobley [USA TODAY]

Isaiah Mobley [USA TODAY]

Isaiah's younger brother Evan Mobley remains firmly committed to joining the NBA next season, as Evan is projected to become a top-three pick this summer.


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