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Old 08-08-2011, 03:11 PM   #2
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'14 NJ PF Quadri Moore

With such a big body, one wouldn’t expect Quadri Moore to be the type of player that he is. Despite his youth, the Garden State player is ready to have a breakout sophomore season with his pure talent and potential.

A 2014 6-foot-8 power forward from Linden (NJ), who runs with Sports University/Team Izod on the AAU circuit, Moore has established himself as one of the most interesting prospects in his grade. Despite not playing as much AAU as he would like this summer due to summer school, he made his presence felt at U15 nationals in Arkansas.

With the ability to play inside and out, Moore can shoot the ball. He has a good mid-range game with the ability to shoot the three-ball, despite his mass. The rising sophomore does best with the pink and pop, as well as the pick and roll where his point guard plays a crucial role in his productivity on the court. His speed, agility and athleticism aren’t very high because of his weight. However, if he ends up losing weight and conditions more, Quadri Moore could be an extremely interesting prospect to watch develop.

Growing up a Georgetown fan, he lost his favoritism once he hit high school. Instead, the Linden player is looking for, “a good program and a place that is not to far away from home,” he said. “Location is factor.”

Currently, he has not visited any schools but is hearing from, “Georgetown, Cincinnati, Rutgers, Seton Hall and Ohio State.”

With all of his size, shooting ability and skill, his upside is way to high to pass on. As Linden is slated to play in bigger games this winter, look for Moore’s name to become even more attractive as the years go on.
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