E'twaun Moore is not a self promoter. He's a quiet kid that lets his game do the talking. At the Boo Williams Invitational, the 6-foot-3, 170-pound guard from Central High School in East Chicago, Ind., was yelling at the top of his lungs with his play.
Moore was named to the All-Tournament team as he helped lead the SYF Players over the weekend. The four-star guard is one of the nation's best defenders and has a great feel for the game. One concern with his game had been his jump shot coming into the event. Moore had little problems erasing those doubts.
He was consistent from deep and showed a good looking form on his shot. Mixing that with his already good skill set, Moore not only proved that he was one of the best players in the event, he proved that he is one of the top guards in the class of 2007. Don't be surprised to see him climb the Rivals.com rankings later this spring.
A number of high-majors have been involved with him for some time. Moore said he is holding offers from Tennessee, Illinois, Iowa, Purdue and Miami. It will be interesting to see what other schools jump into the mix with him this month.
Moore said he will take the ACT on May 6 and is in no rush to make any kind of decisions with his college future.
"I'd like to take some visits first," Moore said. "I want to have a good list by the end of the summer. I like the schools that have offered me already."
The SYF Players will be one of the many teams at the 2006 Kingwood Classic. The team lost to the Portland Legends last year for the championship. This year's SYF team could be a legitimate contender, especially with Moore causing problems in the backcourt.
"We are all used to playing with each other," Moore said. "I think that is what it takes to win these big tournaments. We know what each other can do. I hope we can do some big things."