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University of Miami Athletics

Charlie Moore






180 lbs.


Sixth-Year Redshirt Senior


Chicago, Ill.

Previous School

DePaul / Kansas / Cal

High School

Morgan Park

Charlie Moore - Men's Basketball - University of Miami Athletics

As a Sixth-Year Redshirt Senior (2021-22): Basketball HOF Invitational Game MVP (12/12)

As a Redshirt Senior at DePaul (2020-21): Preseason First Team All-BIG EAST … BIG EAST Player of the Week (2/22)
Appeared in 16 of 19 games, earning 15 starts … Missed three contests due to injuries … Paced the Blue Demons in assists (4.2), steals (1.5) and minutes (32.3) per game, while co-leading the team in scoring (14.4) … Finished seventh in the BIG EAST in assists, No. 10 in scoring, No. 11 in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.26:1), No. 12 in free-throw percentage (76.2), No. 13 in 3-pointers per game (1.8) and No. 14 in minutes … In league-only competition, placed fourth in assists (4.4), ninth in free-throw percentage (80.0), No. 12 in scoring (13.8), No. 12 in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.26:1) and No. 14 in 3-pointers per game (1.6) … Logged the most made free throws in a game without a miss (10) by any BIG EAST player all season … Tied for the most made free throws (10) by a player in any BIG EAST game … Scored in double figures nine times, eclipsing 15 in seven outings and surpassing 20 in six of them … Pulled down at least five rebounds on four occasions … Dished out five-plus assists five times, posting a high of eight … Played 30-plus minutes 10 times, with 35-plus in seven games and over 40 once … Tallied 22 points on 8-of-15 shooting, including a 4-of-7 clip from deep, in 35 minutes versus Western Illinois (12/23) to open the season … Recorded 19 points, five rebounds and a season-best eight assists in a career-high 46 minutes at Providence (12/27) … Notched 14 points and five assists against Valparaiso (1/16) … Dropped 21 points and shot 10-of-10 at the line in a win at Marquette (1/23) … Scored 21 points in 35 minutes versus St. John’s (1/27) … Did not play against No. 17/14 Creighton (1/30) due to a right elbow injury … Missed the games against Providence (2/13) and at Seton Hall (2/17) because of a left knee injury … Returned to action at St. John’s (2/20) with a 24-point, six-rebound, eight-assist performance, finishing 8-of-13 from the floor … Put up 22 points on 9-of-19 shooting, good for a season best in makes, against Georgetown (2/27) … Logged 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting, adding a season-high seven rebounds, in a BIG EAST Tournament first-round win over Providence (3/10).

As a Redshirt Junior at DePaul (2019-20): Started all 32 games for the Blue Demons … Led the team in points (15.5) and assists (6.1) per game, while placing second in steals (1.5) and free-throw percentage (81.1) … Led the BIG EAST in assist average, while placing third in minutes (35.6), sixth in steals, eighth in scoring, ninth in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.75:1), No. 10 in free-throw percentage and No. 15 in 3-pointers per game (1.7) … Lone player to place top-10 in points, assists and steals … In conference-only action, finished second in assists (5.6), fourth in minutes (36.4), eighth in scoring (14.7), No. 12 in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.44:1), No. 13 in free-throw percentage (80.5) and tied for No. 13 in steals (1.2) … Placed fourth on DePaul’s single-season assists list (196) … Was on pace to be the second Blue Demon, alongside Rod Strickland (1987-88), with 400 points and 200 assists in a season before the cancelation of the BIG EAST Tournament … Scored at least eight points in all but one game, reaching double figures in 25 of them, with 15-plus 14 times, 20-plus 10 times and 25-plus four times … Grabbed at least five rebounds in seven appearances … Logged five-plus assists in 22 outings, with eight-plus in 11 and 10-plus in five, including three straight with double figures … Totaled at least three steals seven times, twice notching five … Played 30-plus minutes on 29 occasions, with 35-plus 21 times, 38-plus 14 times and 40-plus five times … Registered four double-doubles … Made his DePaul debut against Alcorn State (11/5), totaling 14 points and five assists while making all three of his 3-pointers … Posted 17 points and six assists, hitting all seven free-throw attempts, versus Chicago (11/6) … Scored 27 points on 10-of-17 overall shooting, tying a career high in makes, with a 5-of-9 clip from deep against Farleigh Dickinson (11/8) … Tallied 24 points and eight assists, finishing 7-of-7 at the line, at Boston College (11/23) … Played all 40 minutes and logged his first double-double with 18 points and a career-best 13 assists against Central Michigan (11/26), also logging four steals … Recorded a second consecutive double-double with 21 points and 12 assists in 39 minutes during a win at Minnesota (11/29), adding a career-best five steals … Recorded six points, five rebounds, 10 assists and a career-high-tying five steals in a then-career-high 43 minutes during an overtime win at reigning NCAA runner-up Texas Tech (12/4) … Scored 26 points and went 9-of-11 at the line against UIC (12/14) … Registered a 25-point, 10-assist double-double in 39 minutes versus Northwestern (12/21) … Compiled his fourth double-double with 14 points and 12 assists at St. John’s (1/11), also grabbing a career-high eight rebounds in nearly 40 minutes of action … Dropped a season-high 29 points in 42 minutes at No. 14/15 Villanova (1/14), shooting 10-of-17 from the floor to tie a career high in makes and going 5-of-7 from deep, while adding six assists and three steals … Totaled nine points, six rebounds and eight assists in a win over fifth-ranked Butler (1/18) … Posted 13 points and seven assists, while making all seven of his free throws, versus Creighton (1/22) … Finished with 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists, while playing all 40 minutes, against St. John’s (1/25), shooting 9-of-10 at the line … Scored 14 points in 39 minutes at No. 10 Seton Hall (1/29) … Poured in 20 points, shooting 4-of-6 from deep, at No. 23/21 Creighton (2/15) … Tallied 20 points and seven assists against Georgetown (2/22), going 8-of-10 at the stripe … Scored 15 points in a win over Marquette (3/3) … Ended the regular season with 14 points and six assists at Providence (3/7) … Amassed 18 points and nine assists versus Xavier (3/11) in the BIG EAST Tournament opener, shooting 4-of-8 from long range.

As a Redshirt Sophomore at Kansas (2018-19): Played in 35 of 36 games, earning one start … Averaged 2.9 points, 1.0 rebound and 1.3 assists per contest … Scored seven-plus points five times with a high of 18 … Dished out at least three assists on five occasions with a high of six … Played 20-plus minutes in six games with a high of 32 … Debut as a Jayhawk versus No. 10 Michigan State (11/6) in the State Farm Champions Classic at Bankers Life Fieldhouse … Logged seven points and two assists in 21 minutes against Vermont (11/12) … Tallied nine points and two assists in a season-high 32 minutes in an overtime win against fifth-ranked Tennessee (11/23) in the NIT Season Tip-Off final at the Barclays Center … Started and played 24 minutes against New Mexico State (12/8), recording a season-best three steals … Posted a season-high 18 points, four assists and two steals versus South Dakota (12/18), shooting 6-of-9 from 3-point range, good for a career best in makes, in 21 minutes … Registered a season-best six assists in a win over No. 16 Texas Tech (2/2) … Notched eight points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals in 20 minutes at Kansas State (2/5) … Scored nine points at No. 14 Texas Tech (2/23) … Made his NCAA Tournament debut with 16 minutes of action in the Round of 64 win against Northeastern (3/21).

As a Sophomore at Kansas (2017-18): Transferred from the University of California, Berkeley … Sat out season in accordance with NCAA rules … Jayhawks finished 31-8, swept the Big 12 titles and reached the NCAA Final Four.

As a Freshman at Cal (2016-17): Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention … Pac-12 Player of the Week (11/21)
Lone player to start all 34 games … Led the team in assists (3.1) and steals (1.1) per game, while ranking third in scoring (12.2) and minutes (28.8) … Set the Cal single-game freshman scoring record with 38 points, the fourth-most by a freshman in Pac-12 history … Tied for the eighth-most points in a game by a Golden Bear, recording the top total since Jerome Randle on 1/14/10 … Finished fifth all-time among Cal freshmen in assists (120), as well as sixth in points (414) and seventh in made free throws (99) … Scored in double figures 22 times, with 15-plus in 13 outings and 20-plus in four … Reached five assists in nine appearances, notching eight twice … Played at least 30 minutes on 17 occasions, with 35-plus seven times and 40-plus thrice … Scored six points against South Dakota State (11/11) in his collegiate debut … Dropped 38 points, against UC Irvine (11/16), in his second-career outing, finishing 10-of-20 from the floor, 3-of-7 on 3-pointers and 15-of-17 at the stripe, while playing all 40 minutes … Scored 17 points versus San Diego State (11/21) at the Golden 1 Center … Totaled 18 points, six assists and three steals against Wyoming (11/25) and made all seven of his free throws … Notched 22 points, four assists and three steals versus Southeastern Louisiana (11/27), finishing 4-of-6 on 3-pointers … Scored 19 points and played all 40 minutes against Louisiana Tech (11/30) … Logged 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting versus Princeton (12/6) in Honolulu … Poured in 22 points, shooting 7-of-9 overall and 4-of-5 from deep, against UC Davis (12/10), adding four assists and a season-best four steals … Tallied 12 points and five assists versus Cal Poly (12/17) … Registered 12 points and four assists in 37 minutes versus No. 18 Arizona (12/30) in his Pac-12 debut … Posted nine points and six assists against Arizona State (1/1) … Scored 13 points at fourth-ranked UCLA (1/5) … Recorded 16 points on 6-of-8 shooting, including a 3-of-4 clip from deep, at No. 25 USC (1/8) … Compiled 10 points, a season-best six rebounds and five assists at No. 11 Oregon (1/19) … Finished with 15 points, four assists and three steals at Oregon State (1/21) … Dished out a season-high eight assists against Stanford (1/29) … Logged 17 points, seven assists and three steals in a season-high 41 minutes versus Utah (2/2) … Notched 17 points and a season-high-tying eight assists against Colorado (2/5), finishing 5-of-8 from 3-point range … Amassed 11 points, a co-season-best six rebounds and five assists versus Oregon State (2/24) … Dropped 21 points on 8-of-14 shooting in a Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinal victory over Utah (3/9) … Scored 15 points in 35 minutes versus fifth-ranked Oregon (3/10) in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals.

High School: Graduated from Morgan Park High School where he played for Nick Irvin, now an assistant coach at Western Illinois … Consensus four-star, top-105 recruit … Tabbed the top player in Illinois by all three major outlets … Listed as the No. 55 player nationally, including No. 14 among point guards, by Rivals … Ranked No. 62 overall, including No. 14 at his position, by ESPN … Slotted at No. 105 nationally and No. 21 among point guards by 247Sports … Finished No. 71 in the 247Sports Composite rankings, No. 16 at his position … Averaged 28.0 points, 7.0 assists and 4.0 per game steals as a senior, guiding his team to a 32-4 record … Named Illinois Mr. Basketball, Illinois Gatorade Player of the Year and Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Year … Garnered third team all-state accolades as a junior after tallying 25.0 points per contest … Two-time 3A state champion, as a freshman and sophomore … Notable Morgan Park alumni include Ayo Dosunmu, recording artist Jeremih and NASA astronaut Mae Jemison, the first black woman to travel into space.

Personal: Full name is Charles Edward Moore … Goes by Charlie and nickname is “CMo” … Born Feb. 3, 1998 … Parents are Curtis Moore and Tanya Casey … Has two older brothers, Paris “Moonie” Paramore and Michael Pouncey … Graduated from DePaul University with a degree in communications … Enrolled in the international administration master’s program at Miami … Favorite athlete is Kevin Durant because of his combination of size, handles, shooting ability and defensive skill … Best sports memory is winning the state title as a sophomore … Chose Miami because of the family-like atmosphere.