GEORGETOWN, KY – Former Georgetown All-American Victor Moses has signed a professional basketball contract with the Cheshire Phoenix of the British Basketball League. He becomes the 46th Tiger and fourth in the past two seasons to sign a professional basketball contract.
“Cheshire has gotten a steal with Victor Moses,” said GC head coach Chris Briggs. “There is no doubt in my mind he will be one of (the best players), if not the best player in that league. Vic will make the most of this opportunity and move up the ladder in his professional career. I am very proud of him and excited to follow his progress in pro basketball.”
Moses, who played at Henry Clay High School in Lexington, helped lead Georgetown to the 2013 NAIA national championship, defeating Southwestern Assemblies of God University, 88-62.
Following the season, Moses was named the NAIA National Player of the Year, becoming the first Tiger player to win the award.
He averaged 17 points per game last year, finishing 8th on Georgetown’s career scoring list, with 2,106 points.