East Coast Prospect Has Nice Year

Reporter Mike Sullivan takes a detailed look at the individual game of Dylan Moody, an East Coast based guard prospect who has competed very well for his high school basketball team over the past year ...

Dylan Moody, a 5-foot-10, 169-pound guard prospect from Abington Friends School in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, hopes to have a very good spring of AAU ball to match his fine boy's basketball campaign in the 2010-2011 season.

Dylan made nice progress in several aspects of his individual basketball game. We've outlined some of those in the information below.

WHERE DYLAN MOODY MADE THE MOST INDIVIDUAL PROGRESS IN HIS BASKETBALL GAME:

Dylan improved in the area of leadership, showing he has the mental skill level handle an offense and make smart choices when directing his team.

Moody averaged nearly nine points per contest while producing four assists a game.

DYLAN MOODY'S BEST PERFORMANCES DURING THE 2010-2011 SEASON FOR AFS:

Dylan produced 111 points and ahd five assists in one of his best efforts of the season, helping his boy's basketball team defeat Shipley. He did not have one turnover too, showing the marked improvement in his lead guard skills.

OTHER GAMES OF NOTE:

Dylan also scored eight points and handed out four assists to help his high school team defeat Trenton Catholic, 59-48.

Dylan also had three rebounds and one steal. This was an average type of game for Dylan Moody this past season.

THOUGHTS ABOUT DYLAN MOODY'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

Dylan is a hard worker, competes effectively on both ends of the court, utilizing speed and quickness. He uses his fast hands to get steals.

THOUGHTS ON DYLAN MOODY FROM THE COACHING STAFF AT AFS AS WELL AS HIS AAU TEAM:

"He is a very good shooter, possessing good speed. He's also a very capable defender.

"Dylan is still working on polishing his skills but he does a nice job complimenting Gripper when they play together in the backcourt.

"Dylan does a great job with on the ball defense and this allows Gripper to get his hands in the passing lane, leading to more steals."

EARLY COLLEGE INTEREST IN MOODY'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

Low division one programs, some high division two programs have expressed the most interest in the guard's skill level.


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