It is too bad that Moser did not have the best year for UNLV, but it is what it is. Moser averaged 7.1 points per game and 6.1 rebounds per game. His percentages even went down from his sophomore season. Not to mention, he played less time at 21.3 minutes per game.
Moser is too talented not to start for Oregon in the upcoming season and he is too talented not to be great for them.
He averaged 14 points per game and 10.5 rebounds per game in his sophomore year and even drained 44 threes. I personally think that Moser will be even better for the Ducks in his one season with them.
At 6’8”, Moser is a big boy no matter where he plays in college. Combing that with a three-point shot, and it will be very hard to stop him no matter who is guarding him. He is also a very effective free throw shooter and does get to the line quite a bit.
Moser could easily be the best player on Oregon in the upcoming season and although the team is losing some players, he is good enough to help the Ducks make the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Who knows if this team can win a Pac-12 title, but I wouldn’t put it past them.
Oregon is getting a very good player and now it is time for Moser to show that on the basketball court.
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