Moses Ayegba to Transfer from Georgetown

In a move that was widely speculated but now apparently confirmed, Georgetown center Moses Ayegba will be transferring from the school for his 5th year of eligibility.


Moses averaged 1.9 points, 2.8 rebounds, and .7 blocks in just over 13 minutes per game this season.  His departure leaves the Hoyas thin up front next season, with Josh Smith and Bradley Hayes as the only centers and Mikael Hopkins at power forward.

Though Moses was often a frustrating player for the Hoyas who found himself in foul trouble in most games he appeared in, I'll always remember him fondly for one play: the block against Syracuse last season memorialized in the GIF below:


Good luck to Moses wherever he winds up.  He's a good kid and we wish him well.

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