Wayne Prep’s Moses Tufts Signs Letter of Intent

Wayne Prep’s Moses Tufts Signs Letter of Intent

Wayne Preparatory Academy High basketball star, Moses Tufts signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Cape Fear Community College while seated behind a table filled with family and coaches. According to Athletic Director David Moore, Moses is the first Wayne Prep athlete to sign a letter of intent.  Moses loves God, family, and basketball.    

Throughout his 85-game High School career, Moses has averaged roughly 12 points, 6.5 rebounds, and one block each contest. He is a young man who stands 6’5″ and weighs 198 pounds. He has a lot of power, is excellent in transition, and won the ECC Player of the Year in 2021.

Moses attended several different schools prior to enrolling at Wayne Preparatory Academy. Moses played varsity basketball throughout his high school career, so that fact alone should tell you a lot about him. Moses began his career at Ayden-Grifton before transferring to South Central for two years and concluding his career there, where he helped the team win their conference and place second in the NC Class CAASC.

Coach Michael Thomas says Moses stepped up to be the high-level player after six players transferred this season.  Moses will take a lot of experiences with him to Cape Fear.  He works hard on the court, but he also works just as much in the classroom. He takes pride in everything he does, even picking up trash. He has a great future moving up to the next level of basketball and is ready for the journey in life.

By Jalaan Signal