Moore described his visit to Georgia Tech as “great”. Justin got a lot accomplished on the visit. Justin toured the facilities, met the players and coaches, talked to some of the students, and spent time with the academic people. The coaches discussed with Justin what his role would be if he committed to Tech. “Everything was very positive.”
Justin was impressed with the basketball facilities. "You don't get any better than what Tech has
in my opinion.” Justin liked that the players have their own weight room and that they don't have to share with the football team. “The practice facility is right there at the arena and the arena is awesome. I love the facilities."
Coach Josh Pastner met with Justin and laid it all out for him. "He said that I have the opportunity
that any player would love to have. I can come in and get major, quality minutes at the point and that the playing time was there for me to take.” Justin knows he’ll have to earn those minutes. Moore would want to have that chance to show the coaches and the players that he deserved the minutes. Coach Pastner let Justin know that he’ll have the opportunity to not only play major minutes but to play them at the highest level of play in the ACC. “That part really stuck with me.”
The decision for Justin will be a difficult one. “"It will be the hardest decision I have ever made in my life.” Justin knows that Tech is a great school in a great city (Atlanta), and that they play in a great conference. He also knows that Pacific is in his home state of California and that they play great basketball. “It will be hard."
Moore will be sitting down with his mom, older brother, and his AAU coach to weigh the positives and negatives of each school. Justin will sleep on it tonight and tomorrow at 3 PM EST he’ll announce his decision on Twitter.
Distance from home will not be a part of his decision making. "If I were to choose Georgia Tech, I know I can be mentally tough and stay focused on the bigger picture and not let distance from home be something that makes my decision for me.” Justin’s mom understands this and she wants the best for him. “My dream is to play in the NBA and I will choose the school and coach that can help me realize that