2018 guard puts Dayton in final four college choices


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2018 guard puts Dayton in final four college choices

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Dayton coach Anthony Grant speaks at Atlantic 10 Media Day on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, at the Capital One Center in Washington, D.C. David Jablonski/Staff
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  • Moore received scholarship offer Oct. 3 from UD.

Chance Moore, a 6-foot-5 combo guard in the class of 2018 from Louisville, Ky., put the Dayton Flyers in his final four on Monday and wrote on Twitter that he will make his decision Nov. 8. Wichita State, Virginia Tech and Butler are also in the mix.

Moore, a student at Beckley Preparatory School in Beckley, W.V, received a scholarship offer from Dayton on Oct. 3.

Moore averaged 16 points as a senior at Fern Creek High School (Ky.). He was going to sign with Cleveland State, he told Voice-Tribune.com, but decided to attend a year of prep school to get ready for college. He ranks 247th in the class of 2018, according to 247Sports.com.

Dayton has one verbal commitment in the class of 2018 from Dwayne Cohill. It was in the mix for Drue Drinnon, according to reports, but he committed to New Mexico on Sunday.

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