Former Rutgers basketball commit Braeden Moore commits to BYU

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Former Rutgers basketball verbal Braeden Moore has committed to BYU. The forward made his announcement on Friday.

A standout at Donda Academy (Simi Valley, CA), Moore transferred to the school for his senior season of high school. Donda Academy is famous as the school started by mogul Kanye West.

Moore is a 6-foot-8 forward who has good range to his game. As a junior at Christ Presbyterian (Nashville, TN), he averaged 18.5 points and 8.0 rebounds.

In late October, Moore de-committed from Rutgers. He had committed to Rutgers last July.

The three-star power forward was ranked the No. 278 player in the nation and is a class of 2022 prospect.

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He posted on social media about his decision to commit to BYU:

The 2022 recruiting class for Rutgers featured three-star Derek Simpson, a top-10 player in the state as well as three-star power forward Antwone Woolfolk from Ohio.