As a Sophomore in 2006-07: sidelined first 6 games with a stress fracture of the left tibia, diagnosed in late October. made his debut in GW uniform vs. UMES (12-5-06), scored 2 pts. scored 10 pts. in 10 min. w/ 2 stls. vs. UMBC (12-12-06) scored 10 pts. w/ 3 rebs. vs. St. Bona. (1-13-07) hit 3-3 FGs (2-2 treys) for 8 pts., blk. @ Dayton (1-31-07)
Prior to GW: Transferred to GW after playing his freshman season at Clemson where he started 17-of-32 games in 2004-05. ... averaged 19.5 minutes per game for the Tigers, who finished with a 16-16 record under coach Oliver Purnell. Clemson, which defeated Maryland three times that season, earned a berth in the 2005 NIT. A native of Baltimore, MD, Moore averaged 6.6 points and 2.5 rebounds per game and added 51 assists. Moore converted 39 three-point FGs in 2003-04, including a game-winner in Clemson's 63-62 overtime victory against South Carolina ... solid free throw shooter who had a streak of 15 consecutive made free throws at one stretch during the season, the longest streak by a Clemson player in 2004-05 ... a top 100 player out of high school who was ranked 87th by Insidehoop.com and 99th by Prepstars during his final year of high school. "I'm very excited that a player of his caliber has decided to come to GW," Hobbs said. "He comes from a great program in a great league and I feel that he will fit very well in our style of play."
High School: Averaged 20.0 points and 6.0 rebounds a game at South Kent Prep under coach Raphael Chillious in South Kent, CT ... also attended West Nottingham Academy near Baltimore.
Personal: Born December 19, 1984 in Sicklerville, New Jersey ... full name is Cheyenne Dwayne Moore ... son of Cynthia Campbell and Phil Moore ... has three brothers, Pervis Williams (19), Thomas Glasco (17), Gatrell Williams (15) and one sister, Evonique Williams (22) ... plans to pursue a career in professional basketball following graduation ... sociology major.