Charlie Moore is the definition of a college hoops journeyman, and on Monday, he made his fifth different commitment, to his fourth school. The 5'10 point guard officially committed to Memphis out of high school, before electing to go to Cal for his freshman year, then spent two seasons at Kansas and the last two at DePaul.
On Monday he announced he'd use his extra year of eligibility at Miami.
All joking about Moore's moves aside, he is a solid college point guard, who averaged 14.4 points and 4.2 assists per game last season with the Blue Demons. He should bring some stability to the Hurricanes, which have been ravaged by the transfer portal this off-season, most notably with point guard Chris Lyke transferring to Arkansas and forward Earl Timberlake to Memphis.