• 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 247Sports.com
• Rated the 41st-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 9th-best shooting guard by 247Sports.com Composite
• Rated the 42nd-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 10th-best shooting guard by ESPN.com
• Rated the 53rd-best incoming freshman in the nation and the 13th-best small forward by Rivals.com
• 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.
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.