Evan Mobley Biography | Wiki
Evan Mobley is an American professional basketball player, He plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the National Basketball Association in the United States. He was a member of the USC Trojans during his college career. The Cleveland Cavaliers selected Mobley third overall in the 2021 NBA Draft.
He is the new Cavaliers player that has all the players and fans head-turning. After being projected to be a 5-star prospect and having all the attributes to match, his NBA career is just beginning. He wears the number 4 jersey and will hold the power forward position.
Evan Mobley Age
Mobley is presently 20 years old as of 2021. He was born on the 18th of June, 2001, in The United States.
Evan Mobley Height and Specifics
Mobley stands at an average estimated height of 7 feet tall as of 2022, making him one of the tallest of his draft class.
- Hair Color: Black.
- Height: 7 feet
- Weight: 98 Kgs ( Listed NBA Weight).
- Eye Color: Brown.
- Nationality: American
Evan Mobley Weight
Mobley has a listed weight of 98kgs as of 2022.
Evan Mobley Family
He comes from a family that is deep-rooted in supporting their children’s interests. He was raised by his dad, Eric Mobley who played professional basketball but didn’t make the NBA cut. Surprisingly, his mother, Nicol Mobley, was also an athlete and played basketball in high school. She currently works as an elementary school teacher.
The new NBA star has one blood-related sibling, his brother, Isaiah Mobley, and three other foster siblings. His older brother also plays for USC and they formed a quite impressive duo during Evan’s time on the team. He has kept his foster siblings away from the media and not much information concerning them is available
Evan Mobley Dad
Evan’s dad, Eric, was also a professional basketball player. Though he missed out on the NBA, he played in various countries professionally and later settled for coaching, which seems to have served him well after all. He worked with the Amateur Athletic Union which explains how effectively he was able to train and mentor his sons. In early 2018, he was offered the assistant coach job at USC where he both his sons played college basketball.
Evan Mobley Brothers
Mobley has only one blood-related sibling and three foster siblings who his mom and dad took in.
Evan Mobley USC Career
During his time at USC, as a freshman, he averaged 16.4 points, 8.7 rebounds, 2.8 blocks, and 2.4 assists per game. Mobley won Pac-12 Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, and Freshman of the Year honors. He became the second player from a major conference to win all three awards, joining Anthony Davis of the Southeastern Conference in 2012.
Evan Mobley 247
During his 247 Sports recruit evaluation, His qualities astonished even the best scouts. According to one of the reports, “he has all the makings of a big-time post prospect. There is an abundance of length, athleticism, mobility, skill, and basketball IQ. Finishes with a touch and has good post-footwork. At this point, the threat is to score out to 17 feet. Expected to broaden the range. Outside of his zone, rebounds. Dedicated defender. Expected to be a lottery pick and possibly the first overall pick in the draft.”
Evan Mobley Recruiting
Mobley was widely regarded as a five-star recruit and one of the top three prospects in the 2020 recruiting class. On August 5, 2019, he chose USC over UCLA and Washington, among other major NCAA Division I programs, to play college basketball. Mobley became the program’s highest-ranked player.
Evan Mobley Rookie Card
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Evan Mobley NBA Draft.
Mobley showed interest for the NBA draft on April 16, 2021, foregoing his remaining college eligibility. Many considered Mobley to be the second best prospect in the 2021 NBA Draft. He was picked third overal trailing only Cade Cunningham and Jaleen Green.
Evan Mobley NBA Career
Mobley represented the United States in Argentina at the 2018 FIBA Under-17 World Cup. He averaged 9.3 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game in seven games, helping his team win the gold medal. Mobley represented the United States at the 2019 FIBA Under-19 World Cup in Heraklion, Greece, but he was limited to two games and seven minutes due to back spasms. Despite his absence, his team won the gold medal. He is the third overall in the 2021 NBA Draft for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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Evan Mobley Salary
Mobley earns $6,729,300, $7,065,600, and $7,402,300 in his first, second and third year respectively.
Evan Mobley Net Worth
Evan’s net worth is valued at $5 million dollars as of 2022.