2014-15: One of four players to appear in 29 or more contests last season, starting 11 of them ... Averaged 4.2 points per game and 3.4 rebounds per contest in 16.9 minutes per game ... Shot 43.8 percent from the field and 33.3 percent from distance ... Was fourth on the team in free throw percentage, with a 70.3 percent mark in hitting 19 of his 27 free throws on the year ... Finished fifth on the squad in total rebounds, with 92 ... Scored in double figures in three contests on the season ... Had a dozen points on 5-6 shooting and 2-2 shooting from the charity stripe in the Bears' 70-59 victory in the Mid-South Conference Tournament Play-In Game vs. Cumberland (Tenn.) on March 5 ... Grabbed eight rebounds in the first matchup against Cumberland (Tenn.) on November 22 and seven boards in the win against Rio Grande on December 3.
High School: Attended Cincinnati Roger Bacon High School in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Averaged 7.4 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in his junior season ... Bumped scoring and rebounding averages up to 10.1 points and 6.9 rebounds per game in his senior season ... In the postseason, bumped both averages up furthermore by obtaining eight points and 5.8 rebounds per game on 56.1 percent shooting as a junior and 11 points and 6.4 rebounds on 57.1 percent shooting as a senior ... Was a Cincinnati Enquirer Divisions II-IV All-Area selection in his senior season ... Named a First-Team All-Greater Catholic League (GCL) and was a First-Team OHSAA All-Southwest District selection in his senior year ... Capped off his senior season as an All-State Honorable Mention selection ... Roger Bacon won a Greater Catholic League championship in every season that Moore played at the varsity level ... Led the Spartans to a 22-5 record and a Division III OHSAA State Final Four berth ... The state final four appearance was Roger Bacon's first since 2002, when the Spartans defeated the nationally ranked, LeBron James-led Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary squad for the OHSAA Division III State Championship.
Personal: Son of Vanessa Smedley ... Late father, Frederick, played basketball at Wright State University ... Older sister, Jonessa, is a member of the women's basketball team at SSU ... Has two additional siblings, TaNesha and Jayla ... Majoring in Education.
|Blocks||2||Three times, MR: Alice Lloyd||2/5/15|
|RS||Shonta Wilson*||SO||G||6-2||170||Zion, Ill.||Zion Benton HS|
|1||Devon Carter||SR||G||5-9||150||Clayton, Ohio||Northmont HS|
|2||Dante Dunston||SR||G||6-0||170||Dallas, Texas||Liberty HS|
|10||Blake Yates||SO||G||6-2||180||Lucasville, Ohio||Valley HS|
|11||J. Murrell||SO||F||6-4||205||Columbus, Ohio||Mifflin HS|
|12||Conor Markins||FR||G||6-1||170||Ironton, Ohio||Wheeling Jesuit Univ.|
|14||Seth Young||SR||G||5-10||160||Franklin, Ohio||Landmark Christian HS|
|15||Frederick Moore||SO||F||6-7||205||Cincinnati, Ohio||Roger Bacon HS|
|20||Nick Tingle||SR||F||6-6||190||Clayton, Ohio||Edison CC|
|21||Ethan Moffatt||SR||F||6-5||205||Somerville, Tenn.||Fayette Academy|
|22||Ryan Duncan||JR||G||6-2||190||Dublin, Ohio||Scioto HS|
|23||George Hill||SR||F||6-5||200||Fort Pierce, Fla.||Fort Pierce Central HS|
|24||Nick Gouch||SR||G||6-4||185||Columbus, Ohio||Beechcroft HS|
|25||Aaron Watts||SO||F||6-4||205||Sumter, S.C.||Lakewood HS|
|33||Jacob Daniels||JR||F||6-7||230||Peebles, Ohio||Mount St. Joseph|