Cameron Moore NBA Draft Profile

Cameron Moore NBA Draft Profile

Cameron Moore, Senior, Power Forward, UAB


Cameron Moore stepped into a tough situation at UAB. During his freshman campaign in 2008-2009, the Blazers had a deep and experienced roster that could easily go ten deep. There was very little room for Moore to find any playing time, but he managed to earn more than ten minutes per game and that is saying a lot about his potential. Moore’s sophomore season was not much more productive, but he did manage to start seven games and averaged 3.1 points and 3.2 rebounds in limited action.

As an upperclassman Moore finally got to show off his stuff. He ranked second on UAB with 14.0 points per game and led the team with 9.3 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per contest. He even developed a nice mid-range game that can go all the way back to the three-point line, although during the 2010-2011 season he tended to push his range beyond the arc a little more often than necessary.


Final Projection:

Moore is a lanky 6-10 and he needs to add some weight to his 230 pound frame if he hopes to be a power forward in the NBA. He lacks the ball handling and outside shooting ability to be a small forward, so his best shot at playing professionally is by beefing up and using his long arms to be a force on the glass and a shot changer under the basket. Some extra strength and girth would also be helpful for his offensive game so he can bang under the basket when needed and step outside and stretch out the defense when the opportunity arises.


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