Duquesne hosted another transfer recruit for a visit over the weekend.
Collin Moore, a 6-foot-4 guard from Georgia State, traveled to Pittsburgh to inspect the Duquesne facilities and meet the coaching staff. Moore accessed the transfer portal on April 24 after three years of participation in the Georgia State program.
After averaging four points per game as a freshman and one point per game as a sophomore, he has erupted onto the scene this season, averaging 14.2 points per game and shooting 48 percent from the field.
Change of State in Georgia To See Duquesne, Collin Moore Travels
Moore was the eighth member of the GSU roster to enter the portal this season after his team completed the first year of the Jonas Hayes tenure with a 10-21 record. Moore told PSN that he will also visit Grand Canyon and Middle Tennessee State, and that he is still accepting offers from additional institutions.
Duquesne added Andrei Savrasov, Hassan Drame, and Fousseyni Drame from the transfer portal and Kailon Nicholls from the private school ranks during the offseason. Kevin Easley (Coastal Carolina), Devin Carney (Denver), Maceo Austin (Slippery Rock), Quincy McGriff (UTSA), and Jaylen Cole-Williams (Uncommitted) have all entered the NCAA transfer portal this offseason.