Moses Moody

5 | G | Fr. | 6-6 | 205 | Little Rock, Ark. | Montverde Academy (Fla.)

• Selected by the coaching staff to serve on Arkansas Athletics’ African American Student-Athlete Leadership Council.
• Member of Arkansas’  Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
• Rated the 37th-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 8th-best combo guard by
• Rated the 41st-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 9th-best shooting guard by Composite
• Rated the 42nd-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 10th-best shooting guard by
• Rated the 53rd-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 13th-best small forward by
• MaxPreps All-American Honorable Mention (1 of 50 recognized; 1 of 4 on his team)
• Was 1 of 50 on the Naismith Award for high school players
• Montverde Academy was consensus #1 in the national (25-0)
• Highest-rated player to sign with Arkansas since five-star (#16 national rank) Bobby Portis in 2013.

High School:
One of 50 players in the nation named to the Atlanta Tipoff Club’s watch list for the 2020 Jersey Mike’s Naismith Trophy, given to the top high school player … At season’s end, was tabbed MaxPreps All-American Honorable Mention – being one of the top 50 players in America to be recognized (along with three other of his Montverde teammates) … As a senior, averaged 11.6 points 3.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists while shooting 60.1 percent from the field, 46.9 percent from 3-point range and 82.1 percent from the free throw line this season … Helped Montverde earn the nation’s consensus #1 ranking, going 25-0 in the regular season … Led Brad Beal Elite in scoring (17.7 ppg) on the 2019 Nike EYBL (Elite Youth Basketball League) circuit and was named All-EYBL honorable mention. He was selected to be a part of Pangos All American Camp, NBPA Top 100 Camp, Team USA U17 training camp and USA Basketball Junior minicamp … Prior to being a two-year starter at Montverde, was named to the Arkansas 7A All-State team in 2018 as he led North Little Rock HS to state championship (over Isaiah Joe’s Northside HS team) and was named the tournament MVP … Was additionally named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-Underclassman team as he averaged 18.6 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 2.1 stats and 1.4 blocks as a sophomore. As a freshman, Moody played on a Little Rock Parkview HS team (with Razorback student assistant Khalil Garland) that advanced to the state championship.

Born May 31, 2002, in Little Rock … Son of Kareem and Rona Moody … Has an older brother, Miles … Major is undecided.