Sometimes kid just fly under the radar. This one has, but no longer. Mid to high major schools should be watching him, and should be offering soon.

At first glance, Diarra is a supremely explosive lefty. He is ranked as the fourth senior in South Carolina's 2016 class. In fact the above the rim guard has a vertical pushing 40 inches. However, once you start to watch him play you quickly realize his the way he sees the floor and the pace in which he plays in the half court. Within seconds of watching Diarra, even for the first time, you see he can play.

Originally from New York, Diarra moved to Florence, South Carolina during high school. He is currently staying with Sharone Wright, a Clemson legend who was the number 6 overall pick in the 1994 NBA draft. Over the summer, Diarra went back to New York to play AAU for the Metro Mavs.

Perhaps it was the disconnect between playing for Metro Mavs in New York and High School at West Florence High in South Carolina that coaches weren't able to pick up on his name. However, it is without question that Diarra can play.

Fast forward to his senior year. Diarra now has the likes Kansas State, South Alabama, and Wichita State recruiting him. He is averaging close to a triple double with 19 points, 11 boards, and 8.5 assists per game. In fact, Diarra has had 4 triple doubles already this season.

Sometimes kids fly under the radar, which should no longer be the case for Diarra.