Jakwon Moore 56 State 5 Pos 6'5" | SF | 2023 New Life Christian | Team Loaded NC The best way to describe his performance on both ends of the floor on Friday would be to call it a game…
The best way to describe his performance on both ends of the floor on Friday would be to call it a game altering performance. He has the ability to play multiple positions on the floor, rebounds at a high level and showed his ability in this matchup to be just as dominate defensively as he was offensively.
The lefty has a silky-smooth game with outstanding ballhandling skills which he used to break down defenders and get where he wanted on the floor. He was automatic from midrange and showcased his ability to score in traffic and against taller opponents.
His perimeter shooting was one of the main reasons why his team was able to make a nice comeback after being down by double digits for a good amount of the contest. He doesn’t need much time or space to get his shot off and has range beyond the college three-point line.
Normally known for his ability to facilitate, he took on a different role in their matchup with St.Pauls. He led all scorers with 27 Points on the night and continues to show why he is a player that college coaches should have on their radar. His end-to-end speed, ability to finish in traffic and perimeter shooting are all attributes that you have to love to see from a prospect.
Provided a high amount of offense for his team in the first quarter which helped them to get out to an early lead. He understands how to use his size to score over opponents but also has the skillset that allows him to step out and make plays on the perimeter.
Continues to show why he should be getting call from college coaches sooner than later. He has stepped up as the leader of his team and his scoring ability has helped the Trojans knock off five of their last six opponents. Their Friday night matchup with Terry Sanford was no different as he led all scorers with 23 Points in the win.