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Julian Moore
Julian Moore


Fort Washington, Pa.

High School:
Germantown Academy

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 215




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The 6-10, 215-pound Moore is tall, long and very mobile and is just beginning to realize his potential as his body has grown and his game has made huge strides in the last year and a half. He possesses pick and pop ability with a strong face-up game and the ability to put the ball on the floor. He can influence the game in many ways on the defensive end with his length. A great leaper with terrific hands and a finisher around the rim, Moore could make an immediate impact in Penn State's frontcourt and his ability to run the floor fits nicely into coach Patrick Chambers' style.

"Julian is a high energy guy. He was 6-7 two years ago, now he is 6-10 and a quarter. He jumps out of the building, is a shot blocker with great hands and is great free throw shooter. He can really play a ball screen and rim-to-rim is one of the fastest big men we've seen in the last two years. I'm excited about Julian's potential."
- Patrick Chambers


Earned second team Class AA Pennsylvania All-State honors in his senior season...posted 14.0 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game while shooting 51 percent in helping lead Germantown Academy (Fort Washington, Pa.), coached by Jim Fenerty, to a 23-5 record... Led GA to PAISAA state championship with a victory over Kiski Prep hitting the game winning free throws...led GA to Inter-Ac League title...nominated for McDonald's All-America honors...scored 405 points and blocked 76 shots on the year...posted 22 points and 11 rebounds in second round of the Donofrio Classic...rated a three-star recruit by and 247Sports and the sixth-best recruit in Pennsylvania in the class of 2013 by 12 points and 14 rebounds a game in his junior season as he helped Germantown Academy to a 22-10 mark...played on WE R I AAU team.

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