Moore Gets Release

Reggie Moore asked for his Letter of Intent back in May, now the talented combo guard has it in hand and is ready to start hearing from schools

Reggie Moore is about to become a big target for a number of college programs.

The 6-foot-1, 165-pound combo guard picked up his release from Fresno State on Tuesday. According to Wolfeboro (N.H.) Brewster Academy coach Jason Smith, Moore is about the start the recruiting process from the beginning.

"He just got the release this morning, officially," Smith said. "They didn't grant the release to him until today. A bunch of people came through to see all of our other guys and he generated some interest, but he's kind of starting at square one."

"A bunch of people this fall were interested, but he couldn't really talk to them but he was still going to Fresno State," he continued.

Through Brewster's first five games of the season, Moore is averaging right around 12 points a game and has helped Brewster to a 5-0 record.

"He's an athletic combo guard," Smith said. "He's comparable to the kid we had last year, Mark Lyons. So he's probably going to get recruited at a high level. He was 3A player of the year last year in Washington and won a state championship at Rainer Beach."

Moore, originally a member of the 2008 class, was rated No. 34 at the point guard spot and as a three-star recruit in that class.

Brewster and Moore will be back in action on Nov. 22 against Fork Union.


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