Moses still open, still listening

Marshall Moses, a 6-foot-8, 230-pound forward from Glenn High School in Kernersville, N.C., is looking forward to getting out on the AAU circuit this year with the mindset of redeeming himself from a disappointing high school season.
Moses, the No. 57 ranked player in the class of 2007, moved to Glenn High School from Aiken, S.C. in order to play alongside his friend and AAU teammate Eric Wallace. Even with two high-major prospects on the team, Moses said the season don't go as planned.
"We didn't win as many games as we could have and I take most of the blame for that," Moses said. "With the team we had, we had high expectations for ourselves. We had the talent and the coach to win a lot of games but we just didn't get it done."
With the year behind him, Moses said he was able to learn more about himself the basketball player, particularly making the move from the post to the wing.
"I keyed on becoming a better three man this year and coach (Lee) Reavis gave me a lot of freedom with that," Moses said. "I was doing more scoring as a three man and working on my quickness on the wing. I think I did a good job. I want to get better at it this year (in AAU)."
The four-star prospect will have plenty of high-majors in tow in April and July. Moses said Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Marquette, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest all kept tabs on him throughout the season.
Marquette, Florida, Virginia Tech and Tennessee have been the most consistent with him over the course of time. The schools' dedication to him stands out and could be a deciding factor, Moses said.
"The reason why they stand out is because they were the first staffs to recruit me," Moses said. "They never seemed to get too caught up in whether or not I had a bad game or a good game. They just stayed consistent with me. That means a lot."
Moses said he might take an unofficial visit to Marquette and Tennessee this spring amongst his busy AAU travels.