One of the more impressive players on the 15U level of The Grassroots Basketball Association this past season was Brenton Moore of the Louisville Legends. Moore is a 6’1” sophomore guard at Jeffersonville High School in Indiana. 

When talking about his time playing with the Legends, Moore said “The spring and summer went good. The team and I started slow but once we got going we were pretty good. That’s when I started going and playing good consistently.” Tournament after tournament Moore and his Louisville Legends team continued to improve, saving their best performances for the summer tournaments. In July, during the Grassroots Showdown in Louisville Moore was a big piece of an undefeated 5-0 weekend for his team. This was followed up by a run to the title game at the Grassroots Summer Championships the next weekend in Orlando. 

Moore greatly impressed on the floor with his offensive ability. He was able to put up some big point totals primarily with his shooting ability. Moore showed the ability to be a knockdown shooter from beyond the perimeter. As well to his shooting, Moore has good all-around guard skills and plays well with the ball in his hands. He is a good decision maker with the ball as well to having a good distributing ability. Even with his wide range of skills, Moore is looking to continue to work on his overall game and develop more skills. 

While only a sophomore, Moore is looking to make a big impact in his upcoming high school season. He is looking to average 15 points per game while making it to the state championship. “Our high school team should be good this coming season. We’re looking to make a run at state and I feel I could contribute in that,” Moore commented on the season.