"Brandon is a player with tremendous versatility," coach Malone said, "it seems like everyone wants to jump in on his recruitment right now. So far Brandon has expressed interest in Baylor, Tennessee and Illinois, which have gotten in on him early. But there seems to be mutual interest between Brandon and Louisville, Kentucky, Texas A&M, Xavier and Arkansas."
Coach Malone thinks that the multi-dimensional facets of his game are what seems to be pulling coaches in to watch his game, "Brandon, at 6-foot-9, can handle the ball well in traffic and shoot the long-range jumper with accuracy. On defense he is a tremendous shot-blocker and he rebounds well on both ends of the court."
"As far as areas of improvement go," Malone continued, "Brandon needs work on his low post movement and scoring in the paint. That is something he is working on and is improving."
As far as his recruiting process goes, Malone says to not expect any significant progress any time soon, "He hasn't made any visits yet, and he still has schools trying to get in with him. When the summer is over he will sit down and evaluate his situation and decide which schools he will visit."
"When a young players gets this much attention this quick, it can be overwhelming. I always encourage our players to take their time, take their visits, evaluate the situation carefully, and make a decision in the late period. I think this is the course that Brandon will follow."
Malone says that, despite some rumors to the contrary, that Brandon has no clear leader at this point, "He is doing his best to think about improving his game and performing well in the summer. He has lots of time to think schools over afterward."
Brandon Moore will be playing in the Reebok Tournament in July in Las Vegas. KSR will be on hand to check out all the action.