Clifton Moore, PF/C, Class of 2017, Indiana Strengths
-Intriguing physical profile at 6' 10 with a frame that should fill out really nicely in time (although on the thin side right now). Long arms.
-Fluid in the open floor. Bouncy in space.
-Projectable shooting stroke out to three. Ball comes out of his hand really nicely. Great rotation. Has the agility and footwork to shoot off the bounce a little bit as well.
-Can straight line drive in space.
-Has upside defensively given his length and agilityWeaknesses-Nice frame but on the thin side right now
-Doesn't have the most natural feel for the game
-Not overly physical on the defensive end
-Prefers to float on the perimeter a little bit offensively
-Shooting potential not fully realized at this stage
OutlookThe Indiana signee stood out as the most interesting long-term prospect in the Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game. At 6'10, he has the size and length to play some five down the road once he fills out, and the agility to play the four. It's hard to find bigs with Moore's tools and shooting potential, which is likely the key to unlocking his long-term upside. Given the nature of the game we weren't able to get an extended look at Moore's defensive intensity and decision making, but we were able to identify him as an NBA prospect worth tracking. Moore elected to remain committed to Indiana despite the coaching change, and is a major building block for Archie Miller and his staff moving forward.