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Wendell Moore Jr.

Charlotte, NC - 2019

SchoolCox Mill PositionSmall Forward Height6’5” Weight175 lbs. AAU TeamTeam CP3 HometownCharlotte, NC Class2019
Scouting Report


Finishing Through Contact
Low Post Moves
Offensive Rebounding
Size For Position
High Basketball IQ


Lateral Quickness
On-Ball Defense
Scoring On All Three Levels
Vocal / Floor General
Playing Without The Ball

  • Scout’s Notes:

    2019 AAU Nationals Memphis-(July 2, 2014) Moore is one of the more well rounded players in the class. He is well rounded and can play multiple positions on the floor. CP3's attacking style of play fits Moore to the tee and he strives in transition.  Very coachable and humble player.  Even though he only played one game before getting hurt the talent is still there.-Jpratt

    (NYBL May 2014)- Moore is a versitale players who can score in a multiple ways.  He is most effective when attacking on the fast break.  Love his attitude.- SPulliam

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 99 (5-Star)
  • National Rank: 6
  • Position Rank: 2
  • State Rank: 1

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Good
  • Dribbling: Good
  • Passing: Average
  • Rebounding: Good
  • Intangibles: Good
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College Recruiting - Wendell Moore Jr.
School: Interest: Visit: Offer: Status:
North CarolinaNorth Carolina Warmer
GeorgiaGeorgia Warm
North Carolina StateNorth Carolina State Warm
TennesseeTennessee Warm
Wake ForestWake Forest Warm
UNC-CharlotteUNC-Charlotte Cold
DukeDuke Warmer
KentuckyKentucky Warm
Ohio StateOhio State Cold
Latest News on Wendell Moore Jr.
Brown leads the way for the 2019 hype train in NC and SC.2019 Class: Historic for North and South Carolina?

9/07/2016 by Zachary Lyon – The 2019 class in the Carolina's looks to be loaded with high major recruits. Including a few Future150 Alum's.

G/F John Newman has seen his stock rise quite steadily.NC And SC Products Ready To Breakout This Summer

6/24/2016 by Zachary Lyon – The upcoming classes in North and South Carolina have plenty of prospects who seemed poised to break out during the summer live period

Chaz Gwyn may be the best 2019 PG in his region.Chaz Gwyn Turning Heads In North Carolina

3/08/2016 by Zachary Lyon – 2019 PG Chaz Gwyn of Winston-Salem Prep (NC) is emerging into one of the best point guards in the state.

Wendell Moore is the next big thing coming out NC.Wendell Moore Discusses Freshman Season, UNC Offer

3/03/2016 by Zachary Lyon – The #1 freshman in the Carolinas, Wendell Moore of Cox Mill (NC) had a phenomenal freshman year and picked up a handful of offers along the way.

Ethan Goude is starting to see his hard work pay off.Ethan Goude Coming On Strong

1/07/2016 by Zachary Lyon – 2016 CG Ethan Goude entered his senior season at Cox Mill (NC) receiving zero college interest, now he looks to be a promising D2 or D3 prospect.

Moore is making his argument for #1 frosh in the nation.Wendell Moore Proving He's Elite; Talks Recruitment

12/15/2015 by Zachary Lyon – 2019 SF Wendell Moore is off to a great start to his freshman year and is proving he may be the #1 overall prospect in his class

Wendell Moore faces Juwan GaryJump Ball: Juwan Gary vs. Wendell Moore Jr.

8/20/2015 by Zachary Lyon – This week Future150 pits two electric wings against each other, skill for skill.

2019 PF Balsa Koprivica is the new #1 in the Natl Rankings.2019 National Rankings Update: 1-100

6/29/2015 by Jason Pratt – Jr.Future150 reveals its 2019 National Rankings update and drops the list from 1-100. Tons of movers on the list and new faces as well.

2019 PG Chaz Gwyn is capable of being great.Chaz Gwyn Is Next

4/01/2015 by Zachary Lyon – After a standout eighth grade season, PG Chaz Gwyn (NC) is ready for a big summer.

Wendell is the future of high school basketball in NC.Wendell Moore Jr. making noise in North Carolina

10/03/2014 by Zachary Lyon – Wendell Moore Jr. may be a top 3 player in North Carolina right now, and he's only in 8th grade. He will continue the process of elite talent coming out NC.