Dante Moses who spent his high school career playing at Inlet Grove in Palm Beach has just signed with Palm Beach State College today. Ironically, the first time our staff laid eyes on Moses was at Palm Beach State Team Camp, so it is only fitting that he ended up with 4th year Head Coach Martin McCann. Earlier, I was able to speak with Coach McCann, and here is what he had to say.
“It is a very exciting day as we announce the signing of local product Dante Moses (6’4/G). Dante is a versatile player capable of playing and defending multiple positions. Dante is a wonderful kid and epitomizes the quality of student-athlete we desire in our program. We are thrilled that Dante has chosen to continue his career with us at Palm Beach State”
Moses who played for Ball4Lyfe a Palm Beach based travel program during the NCAA Live Period in April had considered reclassifying to 2019 but seems to have made the decision to bet on himself and the Panthers success under Coach McCann.
Coach McCann's Panthers lost in the Region VIII tournament to the eventual champions Northwest Florida last season, but they bring back one of the most talented guards in Florida, Malik Curry. Curry was not available second half of the season due to injury, but the addition of Moses to an already hungry and talented Curry should have them ready to compete once again for the Southern Conference title. With Moses best ball ahead of him, plus combining his talents with Curry's fans must be sure to check out the Palm Beach State Panthers next season.
Below is a video of Dante Moses from this years HoopMIA All-Star game.