Wasatch Academy big man Mady Sissoko, who a number of recruiting websites have ranked as a Top 50 prospect in the country for the Class of 2020, has narrowed his college choices to four and set a date to announce his commitment decision.
A tweet was posted on Wasatch Academy Basketball’s Twitter account Friday morning indicating the 6-foot-10, 230-pound Sissoko is deciding among BYU, Kansas, Michigan State and Memphis, and that he’ll announce his decision on Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m. MT on Wasatch Academy Basketball’s Instagram Live.
6-10 230lb #espn💯Mady Sissoko has narrowed his selection to @BYUbasketball @KUHoops @MSU_Basketball @Memphis_MBB 🤯 He will announce official commitment Tuesday, September 10 at 7:30PM (MST) 🎥 Live on Instagram @watigersbb — media inquiries contact via https://t.co/4Xk3RxBObV pic.twitter.com/yyExOPsr5E— Wasatch Academy Basketball (@WATigersBB) September 6, 2019
A native of Mali, Sissoko moved to the United States three years ago to attend Wasatch Academy (his family still lives in Mali).
In July, Sissoko broke his right hand in an ATV accident while on a recruiting visit to BYU. Last month, Sissoko’s Wasatch Academy teammate Caleb Lohner committed to play at the University of Utah.