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HBU Men's Basketball signs Tristan Moore to National Letter of Intent
POSTED: November 16, 2020 -- 6:15 p.m. CT
Monday afternoon, James Sears Bryant Head Men's Basketball Coach Ron Cottrell announced the signing of Tristan Moore to a National Letter of Intent for the 2021-22 season.
Moore, a 6'7" forward, from Albuquerque, N.M. who played high school ball at La Cueva High School for Head Coach Frank Castillo and is currently spending a prep school year at Powerhouse Hoops Prep in Phoenix, AZ, where he plays for Head Coach John Ortega. Moore averaged 15 points, six rebounds and three assists as a senior at La Cueva, earning all-metro honors along with first team all-district and academic all-district honors.
"I chose HBU because I really think I will fit into the style of play and the coaching staff has shown much love throughout the recruiting process," Moore said.
"This is another exciting signee for this class with the addition of Tristan," Coach Cottrell said. "He is a stretch four who can do many things within our system. He comes from Powerhouse Prep, a well-known developer of players in Arizona, including our own Tay Boothman and Brycen Long. Tristan is a versatile combo wing, who should complement our style of play, and is someone we feel is going to be an immediate impact player for us. We're excited to add another valuable piece to the puzzle for our team going forward."
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Moore joins 6'3" guard Jake Arnold as part of HBU's 2021 Signing Class. Arnold signed with the Huskies November 13th.
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