Corner Canyon's Brody Kozlowski has reopened his recruiting

Former Corner Canyon forward and 4-star recruit, Brody Kozlowski, has requested to be released from his letter of intent to USC.
Brody Kozlowski drives to the hoop in a game for Corner Canyon High School
Brody Kozlowski drives to the hoop in a game for Corner Canyon High School / Reggie Hildred-USA TODAY Sports

In the modern era of college basketball, players are hot and cold--they change their minds like a girl changes clothes. Context is always important, of course, but the bottom line is that coaches and recruiters need to keep their heads on a swivel to always be aware of which players are available.

Brody Kozlowski is a 6'7" guard from Corner Canyon High School in Draper, Utah who signed a letter of intent to play for Andy Enfield's USC Trojans. But following Enfield's departure from the program--along with many other players exiting So Cal--the Draper native would like a chance to reconsider his landing spot.

Kozlowski was highly sought after as a recruit but named BYU in his final 5 choices before eventually signing with USC. The Corner Canyon product was an ESPN Top-100 player for his physical play and obvious talent for his size. Per 247 Sports, his offensive game is his greatest asset.

"Kozlowski isn't going to overwhelm you with length or athleticism, but he's extremely productive because of his skill-level, physical strength, and offensive versatility. He's a true mismatch problem and scoring threat from multiple spots on the floor.

He's a consistent shooting threat from behind the arc who can space the court, play out of pick-and-pop action, or come off short screens. Kozlowski can also play inside with his back to the basket. He uses his body, absorbs contact, and has terrific balance. He cuts well, is very sound fundamentally, and knows how to operate within [an] offensive structure." -247 Sports

Kozlowski's mother played basketball at BYU and is currently on BYU's broadcasting team. Presuming that USC grants Kozlowski his letter of release, BYU will likely be a top candidate to land the 4-star forward.

BYU's basketball program is moving in the right direction very quickly, and adding a player like Kozlowski to the team would be major in keeping their foot on the gas. Keep an eye on Kozlowski's activity moving forward; he could likely find his way into Provo.

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