Cheyenn Moore: It's going pretty good. The end of the summer is better than the beginning. I took a little bit of time off when I worked out at the IMG Academy down in Florida in the month of June. I did that to get ready for the July period, and it's going well. I'm finishing up strong out here.
CT: What camps have you been to?
CM: I went to the ABCD Camp a couple of weeks ago, and I'm about to go to the East Invitational Camp for the last session.
CT: Is that going to be your final camp?
CM: Yes sir.
CT: How is recruiting going for you?
CM: It's going really well. It picked up a lot a couple of weeks ago. I've heard from Arizona, Boston College, Virginia, DePaul, Georgia Tech, a lot of schools have shown interest in me. Every conference has shown interest in me. I kind of like that, it's what I was going for when I took some time off in June to make my game better.
CT: What are you looking at when it comes to school and a basketball program?
CM: A school that fits in well with what I'm trying to do, and also one that I fit in with what they're trying to do. I'm trying to get better and take basketball as far as I can take it. Whatever school is going to help me get there and whatever school I can help their program is the place I'm looking for.
CT: What makes things easier for you to fit in with a school?
CM: I feel that I'm more versatile than most players - I can play the 1, 2, or 3. I can handle the ball against a little guy or against a big guy. I can take them off the dribble either way. When I'm not shooting well I can pass the ball off and I think I can do everything. That's why I feel that I have a better chance than most guys in my position, because I can play 1 through 3.
CT: Do you want to stay closer to home or venture off?
CM: It really doesn't matter. Whatever school is going to help me the most is where I want to go.
CT: Any frontrunners at this point?
CM: Not really, I want to wait until after this tournament (Las Vegas Big Time) and then sit down with my family and coaches and see where I want to go.
CT: What parts of your game are you working on the most this summer?
CM: Mostly my shot. It needs to get better. And my strength. I need to gain at least 20 lbs to compete on the college level for 20-30 minutes a game. Those are the two main things I'm focusing on.
CT: How do you feel you compare to a lot of these other players at this camp?
CM: I fit in great. They're just other basketball players to me. I don't see them as intimidating.
CT: What are you looking for - socially and academically in a school?
CM: I'm not looking for a lot. The one that is going to challenge me and that will put my brain to the test. I like school and can handle it. So I'll be alright with that.
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