Sophomore Chance Moore talks his recruitment, national recognition, and EYBL.

If you have not heard of Chance Moore then you are sure to hear about him during this year’s AAU season. The sophomore shooting guard made his name known earlier in the season at the annual and famous Holiday Hoopsgiving event held in Atlanta, Georgia. His outstanding performance earned him the national recognition and college coaches started to be in contact.

He holds offers from Ole Miss, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Clemson, Xavier, Auburn, Wake Forest, Rutgers, and Florida State so far. Chance tells me Georgia and Florida State have been in contact with him the most up to this point. He has only taken visits to Georgia and his recent unofficial visit was to Tennessee just this past weekend.

2021 SG Chance Moore of Holy Innocents (GA) photo by Ty Freeman

The 6-foot-5 two-guard was recently invited to participate in the USA Basketball mini-camp that will be held in Minnesota on April 4-7th at the NCAA’s basketball final four. “It feels really good to be nationally recognized and to know that my hard work is actually paying off. I have to keep working though so I can be like Brandon (Boston) and Sharife (Cooper)”, Chance jokingly tells me after being asked how does it feel to receive the national spotlight.

This AAU season, Chance Moore will be running with the Georgia Stars on the Nike EYBL circuit. “I’m pretty excited for my first year in the EYBL. I think my team will do well and hopefully we can win peach jam this year.” Chance says. Moore is an elite scorer who is able to score on all levels of the floor. He has a solid body frame and long arms and probably does not get enough credit for his rebounding abilities. His recruitment should pick up as the AAU season goes along.