Pasadena’s Moore Commits to San Jose State

Omari Moore Commits to San Jose State. (Photo by Duane Barker.)

By Tim Peterson

(Pasadena) – Omari Moore, the 6’2″ swingman from Pasadena, has committed to San Jose State he posted on Twitter Wednesday.

Moore, who played guard and forward for the Bulldogs last year, averaged eight points and five rebounds per game while shooting 64 percent from the field. Pasadena went 25-8 overall and fell to Chino Hills in the CIF Division 1 Final.

Moore is the fourth player from last year’s team that will go on to play at the college level joining Bryce Hamilton (UNLV), Darius Brown II (Cal State Northridge) and Tavian Percy (New Mexico.)

1 Comment to "Pasadena’s Moore Commits to San Jose State"

  1. Congratulations's Gravatar Congratulations
    August 2, 2018 - 7:52 am | Permalink

    Best of Luck to this young man as he begins his collegiate story. Speaking of Chino Hills, the team which knocked-out Pasadena, I believe the middle Ball son Liangelo would fit in well at SJS, and he could get an education in the deal. It’s a real shame that papa Lavar would not allow this, because he feels his son is so special as to be above the riff-raff which attends college and gets a decent job in the real world.

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