Year in review for power forward Chris Moore

As we enter the basketball offseason season, Auburn Wire will look at every scholarship player listed on the Tigers list.

During the high season, each profile will cover where the player comes from, how recruiting sites rated those who came out of high school, and how they fared for Bruce Pearl last season.

Power forward Chris Moore went into 2021 as a sophomore after averaging about 11 minutes per game. struggle as a beginner. Here’s a look at how he did last season for the Auburn Tigers.

Chris Moore’s player profile

Hometown: West Memphis, Arkansas

Ht: 6’7

weight: 220

247Sports compound ranking

3-star // Nr. 3 players from Arkansas // Nr. 32 power forward

Class in 2021: Sophomore

Career statistics

Year G FG% 3PT% TRB AST HESITATE PTS
2020 25 .563 .400 51 12 18 71
2021 25 .432 .000 35 6 15 42

Years in review

Moore has been a bench player in his two years at Auburn and has never started a game so far in his career among the 50 games he has played in. Moore’s best game in 2021 came against Louisiana Monroe, where he played 21 minutes and dropped 16 points , six of whom came on free throw attempts.

Performances were scarce for Moore towards the end of the year. The last game he had 10 minutes or more was against North Alabama in late December – then he only played more than five minutes in five games. Moore only averaged 7.4 minutes per game. match this year with only 2.8 points among them all.

Moore will be hoping to get a more active role on Bruce Pearl’s team in his junior season next year.

Chris Moore’s Photo Gallery

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