Wichita State Lands 2018 Shooting Guard Chance Moore

Chance Moore Wichita State Photo | Twitter@ReRunMoore11

Chance Moore, the 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Beckley (KY) Preparatory School, announced his commitment to Wichita State via Twitter, as the Early Signing Period began Wednesday.

“I just think they are a staff that can build me for the NBA and structure me into the man and player I need to be and its family around them they are a very closed knit group,” Moore told Elevate Hoops on Wednesday.

Moore joins Rodgerick Brown, Morris Udeze, Erik Stevenson, and Jaime Echenique as the fourth commit in the Shockers’ 2018 class. All four commits have signed their letters of intent.

According to 247Sports, Moore is ranked as the No. 248 overall player in the Class of 2018 and the No. 2 player from the state of Kentucky. He chose Wichita State over schools such as Butler, Virginia Tech, Ball State, Cleveland State, Dayton,  and Samford, among others. He took official visits to Butler (Sept. 29) and Wichita State (Oct. 17).

Wichita State is also the favorite for 2018 point guard Alex Lomax, who will be making his college decision on Wednesday night. Lomax is also considering Florida, Memphis, Missouri, Ole Miss, and Vanderbilt.

“My coach at Beckley [Prep] helped me a lot and has been helping me since I got to Beckley and summers in Louisville,” said Moore. “He is a big factor of what made me make my decision and he has always given great advice.”

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