Rising Sophomore Justin Moore impressing many

2016 PG Justin Moore (Mission Bay HS, San Diego Ca) recently returned from a trip to the invitation only Super Soph Camp in Atlanta, Ga. This past week he showcased his skills at the Jared Dudley Camp of Opportunity.

Due to CIF ineligibility, Justin Moore did not suit up for the varsity team at Mission Bay HS in San Diego, Ca, yet that did not seem to stop his progression as a player. Moore recently played in the Super Soph Camp in Atlanta, Georgia, an invitation only camp for the nation's top rising sophomores. There, Moore showcased his talents, impressing many, against the nations top prep players in the class of 2016.

This past week Moore participated in the Jared Dudley Camp of Opportunity, along with other top players in San Diego County. There, Moore showed off his handling and finishing at the rim, as well as his ability to get his teammates involved.

Moore lists interests from Northern Arizona, Rice, Detroit, UC Irvine, Univ. of San Diego, San Diego State, and Georgia State. Expect more schools to jump on board throughout the July evaluation period. On what he is looking for in a school, Moore said, "I want the best school that fits me. Not necessarily a big big school, but somewhere that can just help me reach the next level."

Growing up in San Diego, Moore has been able to see the SDSU campus a couple times as well as attend a couple games, "I like the big fan base, and of course Coach Fisher is a great coach. It's in San Diego and that's great, and I like how the campus is not too big."

Being just a sophomore and regarded as the best player on his team, Moore will a lot of responsibility on his shoulders but he is prepared to handle it. "I just want to get my team to CIF, hopefully state, and just win games. During my freshman year I did practice with the Varsity team so I know what is expected of me and I'm already used to the role, and used to guys looking for me to make plays."

This summer Moore has been in the gym daily, "I'm working on everything all the time, mainly my jump shot. I'm getting shots up everyday." Moore currently plays for the San Diego All Stars Pump N Run 17u team, playing up multiple divisions, against players 2-3 years older than him. Being just a rising sophomore, Moore stills has a lot of time to develop his game further and will continue to reel in more and more interests from other schools.

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