TAMPA — USF’s men’s basketball program received a nice boost Wednesday afternoon when 6-foot-3, three-star guard Trey Moss of Windermere High signed a national letter of intent with the Bulls.
Moss, the No. 2-ranked point guard and 17th-best player in Florida for the class of 2021 by Florida Hoops recruiting services, chose USF over Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, Dayton and Temple.
Also ranked as the No. 22 point guard in the nation by Corey Evans of Roundball Rundown, Moss averaged 13.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, 5.2 assists and nearly two steals in 2019-20 for the Wolverines, who finished 21-9 and reached the Class 7A regional finals.
“We recognized early in the recruiting process that Trey was an elite level guard, an elite-level student and an elite-level young man,” USF coach Brian Gregory said. “We made him a priority from day one, and we felt it was very, very important to bring him into our program because of the immediate impact he would make.
"Trey has tremendous speed, great ball skills and can really put the ball in the basket. Every day Trey continues to improve, and I think Trey has a bright future in our program.”
USF is expected to announce its complete 2020-21 schedule in the coming weeks. The Bulls have already announced matchups against Rhode Island and Virginia Tech in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament and LSU at the Holiday Hoopsgiving event.