Page updated as of 4/12/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2018 rankings were finalized on 6/21/2018.
College: Wake Forest
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Strong finisher around the basket
Decent defensive player
Good shot blocker
Tremendous size to play center
Must extend his shooting range
May need to improve his low post game
Bad free throw shooter
Needs to improve his playmaking skills
Can be too passive on offense
May struggle to guard quicker players
Can be quite foul prone
Relative late bloomer
Not an elite athlete
After spending his first two seasons warming the bench at Wake Forest, Moore finally had a breakthrough junior year. He stepped up big time after John Collins departed to the NBA, as Moore averaged roughly 11 points, 9 rebounds, and 2 blocks a game while making 69% from the field, although for a team that lost 20 of 31 games this season.
As there are a lot of players that declared to be in the draft, there is a lot of competition for spots to be picked, and while it’s far from a certainty about his chances to be selected this year, Moore could project into a defensive specialist role in the NBA.
ESPN Ranks Moore in Their Top 100 Prospect Rankings
2/7/18 Wake Forest vs. Miami (Fl)
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