, a 6-foot-5 forward from Notre Dame High School in Utica, N.Y., was simply one of the more valuable players the Albany City Rocks 16 and under team had this past summer. As previously reported on this website, we detailed the importance of having a player like Moore, who can finish a game effectively, on your team.
Moore hit several big shots and free throws while playing for Jim Hart's Albany City Rocks this summer, especially during the two-week stretch down in Disney World at the Wide World of Sports complex.
And many college coaches expressed a desire to recruit this 2010 prospect though it would be another year before he could sign a national letter of intent.
A terrific baseball player too while playing the positions of shortstop and third base, Moore has two great options down the road.
His list has expanded again due to his wonderful summer. The list is now: Fairfield, Colgate, Jacksonville, Harvard, Cornell, Fordham, and Rhode Island.
Reporter Mike Sullivan updates the recruiting process of Albany City Rocks' player Pat Moore, who had a solid summer for Jim Hart ...