Marshall Moses: Coach Lee Reavis(NWG) had a good one when he coached this guy

Was watching the Oklahoma State-Gonzaga game last night and you couldn’t miss Marshall Moses from OSU….

I was watching this big kid, who must have had 20 points/10 rebounds, and I’m saying to myself, “I’ve seen or heard this kid’s name somewhere before”, and I kept thinking it had to be when he was over at Glenn High School in Kernersville and he had to have played for Coach Lee Reavis, there at Glenn then, but now at Northwest Guilford HS….

I knew I had to check this out on yahoo or google and when I did, I was right…..Here’s some of the info on this kid, who spent one year at Glenn HS, over in Kernersville….

Interesting info from the Oklahoma State University site…..This kid is the real deal…..

Marshall Moses
• played at Glenn High School in Kernersville, N.C., prior to his senior season in high school……

COLLEGE AT Oklahoma State University…..


Hometown:Aiken, S.C.

High School:The Patterson School [N.C.]/Glenn High School in Kernersville, [N.C.]

Height / Weight:6-7 / 255



News & Notes
• is the Big 12 Conference active leader in double-figure rebounding games (19) and double-doubles (14) entering the 2010-11 season.
• needs just 26 rebounds to become the 23rd Cowboy in school history to record 500 or more career rebounds.

2009-10 (Junior season)
• led the team and ranked seventh in the Big 12 in rebounding at 8.1 boards per contest.
• ranked fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 8.8 points per game.
• became just the 23rd player in school history to record 250 or more rebounds in a single season and tied Cecil Epperley for 17th on the list with 259.
• recorded back-to-back double-doubles on two occasions, both during the non-conference portion of the schedule.
• best game was a 20-point, 18-rebound performance against Colorado.
• averaged 10.3 rebounds per contest over an eight-game span, including games at Oklahoma and at Kansas State.
• had two 20-point games, including a career-high 23 against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
• was named to the all-tournament team of the Sonic All-College Classic after scoring 18 points and grabbing eight boards against La Salle.

2008-09 (Sophomore season)
• was named to the Big 12 all-improved team by The Oklahoman.
• averaged nearly 26 minutes per game over the final 21 contests after playing a total of just 78 minutes in the first 14 games.
• stats over the first 11 games: 23 points and 17 rebounds total; averages over the final 21 contests: 9.6 points and 8.5 boards per contest.
• scored 15 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for his first collegiate double-double in the Big 12 opener against Texas A&M.
• recorded seven double-doubles on the season which was the eighth-most by any player in the Big 12.
• scored a season-high 18 points on four occasions: at Nebraska, vs Texas Tech, at Kansas and against Iowa State in the first round of the Big 12 Championship.
• grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds against Baylor, the most by a Cowboy in a regulation game since Bryant Reeves grabbed 20 at Kansas on Feb. 6, 1995, and the most by an OSU sophomore since Byron Houston had 18 at Oklahoma on Jan. 27, 1990.
• his 8.9 rebounds per game in conference games ranked fifth in the league.

2007-08 (Freshman season)
• played in 23 games as a true freshman, including a season-high 21 minutes at Oklahoma on Jan. 28.
• scored five points against Texas A&M on Jan. 26, the most points he scored against a Big 12 opponent.
• scored a season-high nine points in the season opener against Prairie View A&M in just 12 minutes. Also grabbed a season-high four rebounds in that game.

High School
• averaged 25 points, 12 rebounds, four blocks and four assists at The Patterson School his senior year.
• shot 41 percent from beyond the three-point arc.
• scored 49 points in the season opener.
• The Patterson School lost to Oak Hill Academy, the top-ranked team in the country, in the finals of the Champions Prep Classic on the Appalachian State campus.
• was nominated for the McDonald’s All-American game.
• played at Glenn High School in Kernersville, N.C., prior to his senior season.