TCU men’s basketball remained hot on the recruiting trail Thursday afternoon, with head coach Jamie Dixon and his staff securing a commitment from four-star center Malick Diallo. The 6-foot-10 big man from Mali becomes the third member of the Class of 2024 for the Horned Frogs, who also have four-star forward Micah Robinson and three-star combo guard Ashton Simmons in the fold. TCU’s class now ranks as the No. 14 class in the nation and the No. 3 class in the Big 12 Conference according to the 247Sports composite ratings.
NEWS: 2024 4⭐️ Malick Diallo tells me he’s committed to TCU and Jamie Dixon.— 24/7 High School Hoops (@247HSHoops) October 12, 2023
Diallo is a mobile, powerful big-man with great instincts and length defensively. Can finish with force around the basket.
He chose TCU over Cal, BYU, Loyola-Chicago and Vanderbilt. pic.twitter.com/iy7f7kj6od
Diallo currently ranks as the No. 24 center nationally and the No. 3 prospect from Mali according to the 247Sports composite ratings. The four-star center, who currently plays high school basketball at Wasatch Academy, will join a TCU roster that features several veteran big men including All-Big 12 Preseason honoree Emanuel Miller and Xavier Cork along with Kansas transfer Ernest Udeh Jr. and Coastal Carolina transfer Essam Mostafa.