A talented player with intriguing physical tools, J.J. Moore (#75 Scout, #107 Rivals, Unranked ESPN) shows excellent size for the wing position to go along with a sturdy frame, a nice wingspan, and explosive leaping ability.
Moore is a raw player with plenty of potential who will probably need some time to adapt to playing in the Big East under Jamie Dixon, particularly on the defensive end. He's capable of making a barrage of shots from anywhere on the floor, although his shot-selection looks average at best and he tends to hunt his shot a little too much. His ball-handling skills are not up to par with his athleticism, making it difficult for him to create shots for himself at a very high level at this juncture.
His feel for the game in general needs some work, even if there is no question that the talent is there and then some. He's someone we may need to keep track of down the road, although he reportedly has a lot of work to do academically to qualify to play at Pitt next year.