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Prospect Profile:
Marcus Moore

Full Name: Marcus Marchand Moore
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-6 / 208
Birthdate: December 25, 1980 (Inglewood, Calif.)
High School: Dominguez HS (Compton, Calif.)
College: Washington State
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Washington State
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 28 25 86 229 .376 92 122 .754 26 87 .299 101 100 40 7 290 10.4
2001-02 27 27 148 340 .435 106 142 .746 46 139 .331 109 131 55 8 448 16.6
2002-03 18 16 101 289 .349 81 108 .750 45 140 .321 97 84 30 6 328 18.2
2003-04 29 29 146 392 .372 65 82 .793 35 137 .255 91 108 43 7 392 13.5
Totals 102 97 481 1250 .385 344 454 .757 152 503 .302 398 423 168 28 1458 14.3

Originally an early entry candidate for the 2003 NBA Draft before withdrawing his name. Sat out 1999-2000 season as an academic redshirt.

Career Highlights: Ranks second in school history in career assist average (4.1 apg), third in steals (168), fifth in points (1,458), fifth in three-point field goals (152) and fifth in minutes played (3,410). Joined Keith Morrison and Bennie Seltzer as the only Cougars with 1,000 points, 300 assists and 125 steals. One of 11 players in Pacific-10 history with 1,400 points, 400 assists and 160 steals.

Senior (2003-04): Named Pac-10 Honorable Mention. Led WSU in scoring (13.5 ppg), assists (3.7 apg), steals (43) and minutes played (978). Only Cougar to start all 29 games. Scored season-high 29 against No. 9 Arizona. Finished season with 108 assists, the third 100-assist season in his career. Averaged 2.93 turnovers per game, the best mark of his career. Finished among Pac-10 leaders in steals and scoring.

Junior (2002-03): Was averaging 19.3 points before missing nine games (Jan. 23-Feb. 22) after undergoing surgery to remove bone spurs in right ankle. Finished fifth in the Pac-10 Conference in scoring (18.2 ppg), fourth in assists (4.7 apg) and fifth in steals (1.7 spg), all team highs. Also paced the Cougars in rebounding (5.4 rpg). Scored career-high 42 points in 35 minutes vs. Gonzaga. Grabbed career-high 11 rebounds vs. Fresno State.

Sophomore (2001-02): Only Cougar to start every game and scored 23.6 percent of Cougars’ points. Earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention honors after leading WSU in scoring (16.6 ppg), assists (4.9 apg) and steals (2.04 spg). Scored in double figures in 21 games, including 11 straight between Jan. 19-Feb. 27, averaging 21.7 points during stretch. Scored 30 or more points three times. Set a school record by making all 16 free throw attempts vs. Arizona State.

Freshman (2000-01): Named to Pac-10 All-Freshman team. Recorded a WSU freshman record six steals in win over Montana and added season-high 25 points, the most by a freshman since Isaac Fontaine (33 vs. Michigan State in 1993). Led WSU in assists (3.6, 8th in Pac-10) and steals (1.4 spg, 8th). Scored in double figures 13 times, including final three games, when he averaged 16.0 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.0 assists.

Strengths: He is a big point guard who was asked to score the majority of points for his struggling team. Has big, quick hands and can defend both guard spots.

Personal: As a high school senior, teamed with Tyson Chandler to win California Division II high school state championship. Grew up minutes from the Great Western Forum and lists Magic Johnson as his favorite player and the Lakers as his favorite team.

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