High School: Moore (OK)
Recruiting Status: Undecided
June 2017 offer: Oklahoma State
offers in 2018:
- April: Texas, Texas A&M
- May: Kentucky, Oklahoma, Texas Tech
- July: Kansas, Florida State, South Carolina
- August: UCLA, Florida, Michigan
- October: Louisville
offers in 2019:
- April: Indiana
- May: Arizona, Northwestern, Tennessee, Virginia
- June: Georgia Tech, Ole Miss
- July: Georgia, Missouri, North Carolina, Southern Cal
- December: article (linked/quoted below) mentions a Notre Dame offer
Tournament of Champions girls basketball notepad (Tulsa World, 12/26/2019)
Today, the Moore High 6-foot-3 junior is rated No. 7 nationally in the 2021 recruiting class by ESPN’s HoopGurlz rankings, with offers from more than [two dozen?] schools, including South Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, OSU, Texas, Michigan, Louisville and Texas A&M. . . .
Moore said she is weighing her recruiting options.
“I don’t have a Top 5 list, but I’m working on a Top 10 and I hope to have that this month or next,” she said.
Moore star Aaliyah Moore makes USA national team (Oklahoman, 6/6/2019)
Moore was recently selected as one of 12 team members for the USA Basketball Women’s U16 National Team following a four-day training camp in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Aaliyah Moore is mean! She has a take no prisoners attitude when she’s on the court. I’m sure at least half of the U16 USA Trials field will be taking home bruises as souvenirs courtesy of the physical play of Aaliyah Moore. She was phenomenal on Saturday as she played with a sense of urgency unmatched by her peers. Moore rebounded on both ends of the court, ran the floor, and finished at an elite level. I have no problem saying that Aaliyah Moore proved to be the toughest girl on the court and toughness goes a long way in this game.