Sierra Moore

Sierra Moore


CLASS: 2012



  • Hanover, PAHometown
  • Delone Catholic High School
  • 5-11Height
  • Weight
  • 49Overall Rank
  • 8Position Rank

ESPN Player Evaluations

Super Sunday-Jan. 11: Just over the course of the past six months this 5-11 multi-position athlete appears to be stronger and more cut than she did during the 2010 July evaluation period. Utilizing that physical maturity she's become a threat that opposing defenses have to pay extra attention to. Any question marks about her ability to shoot the ball from the perimeter were answered with both mid-range pullups as well as several spot-up looks from the 15-18-foot range. Facing a box-and-one approach from Notre Dame Academy (Villanova, Pa.), she found additional success on the receiving end of high-low passes and exploited her vertical in finishing around the rim. Jumping center, playing the point or working both the high and low post demonstrated her versatility but she may ultimately find herself at home on the wing at the next level and all the tools and potential are there for her to find success at both ends of the court. (Lewis)

Nike Summer Showcase-July. 10: Athletic with good size on the wing. The ballhandling is sound but could really be an asset if developed further. Still gets into the paint and creates shots that occasionally look forced. Gets out on the break and runs the lanes with a lot of speed. Defensively she has the potential to just as much a force as she is at the offensive end. Her lateral movement allows her to stay in front of most ballhandlers and her anticipation gets her a lot of touches. (Lewis)

Blue Chip-July 10: If you want to talk about impressive play with potential for more, then you have to include this 5-10 guard from Hanover, Pa. Athletic and cut, she catches your eye as soon as she walks on the floor. When play starts she makes you look even closer with the depth of her potential. Her ability to get to the rim stands out on the break and in the halfcourt sets. Her shot is solid but not quite showing the consistency that it needs yet to keep defenders closing out tight on the catch. She handles it well enough in the open floor but needs some sharpening to her ballhandling as well as a willingness to use both hands. Defensively she can lock up ballhandlers and anticipates off the ball like a defensive back looking for an interception. Her best basketball is down the road and the line of recruiters is only going to get longer and longer at her door. (Lewis)


Club Team: Philly Belles

ESPN HoopGurlz Tip Sheet Mentions:
%u2022 Boo Williams--April 2011