Mariya Moore

Mariya Moore

Wing

CLASS: 2014

96

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Pleasant Hill, CAHometown
  • Salesian High School
  • 6-0Height
  • Weight
  • 42Overall Rank
  • 14Position Rank
Also Considered

ESPN Player Evaluations

Nike Nationals-July 2013: Strong, athletic perimeter performer with emerging perimeter game; slashes, drives and finishes vs. contact; workhorse on glass, handles and distributes in transition; versatile. (Olson)

USAB U16 Trials-May 11: Strong power player with inside- out potential. Constantly attacking and not afraid to attack opposing size inside. Can finish around the rim and utilizes the reverse effectively. Will need to refine the perimeter skills ultimately but she's making plays consistently already. keep watching close. (Lewis)

Nor Cal Fall-Oct. 10: Great basketball build, strong and athletic. She attacks the basket and rebounds. She plays a little out of control some times but she is young. (Bodine)

Bayou-July 10: You don't have to watch Moore, of Martinez, Calif., long to know she's a superstar in the making. Already 5-11 with a thick, strong build, Moore's athleticism is most obvious on the defensive end, where she can elevate and reach to contest and block shots. She has tremendous timing for a young player, and it leads to her getting lots of tough rebounds and blocking lots of shots. She is fearless going toward the basket and handles it well for her size. If she can develop more of an outside game -- particularly a long-range shot -- in the coming years she would be a great addition to any team at the wing-forward spot. (Nelson)

Nike Summer Showcase-July. 10: While the team name may include the word future, the way this 5-11 forward plays today is pretty impressive for a 2014 class member. With an impressive physical build and eye catching athletic ability, her game is aggressive and active at both ends of the floor. She can handle the ball efficiently and cuts hard off screens or on a simple basket cut. On the defensive end she anticipates well and sees her match up as well as the ball on the weakside. She can get out and run the floor with the guards on the break and is effective in transition as well as the halfcourt. Time will tell if she'll stay in the post or gravitate to the perimeter. Both prospects look promising and warrant a close monitoring of this Pleasant Hill, Calif., product over the next several seasons. The recruiters should be watching already. (Lewis)

Notes

A 2014 McDonald's All-American.

Club Team: Bay Area Warriors

Tip Sheet and Extended Evaluation Mentions:
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