ACC Player Of The Year Moses Wright Had One D1 Scholarship Offer Coming Out Of High School

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One awesome tweet tells you everything you need to know about Georgia Tech star Moses Wright.

Wright was named the ACC player of the year early Monday morning, but it wasn’t always sunshine and roses for the college basketball star. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

In fact, nobody really wanted the talented forward coming out of high school. Think I’m kidding? As pointed out on Twitter by Bryan Ives, Wright was a zero stars recruit who didn’t hold a single D1 scholarship offer in high school other than Georgia Tech.

I’ve heard of late bloomers, but this might be the greatest example that I’ve ever seen. The guy had one D1 offer!

Just a single offer to play basketball at Georgia Tech, and he was rated as not worthy of a single star!

Now, a few years later, Wright has been named the best player in the ACC.


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Generally speaking, recruiting services are pretty solid when it comes to rating kids, and a late bloomer might be a guy who was three stars and turns into an NBA player.

Going from zero stars to being the best player in the ACC is nothing short of absolutely incredible.

Props to Wright for proving everyone wrong.

H/T: Barstool Sports