Apr 5, 2013, 3:28 PM EST
Mike Moser is on to the next one.
The 6-foot-8 forward is reportedly heading to Washington next season. Moser is on track to graduate this summer which means that he would be able to enroll at U-Dub and play immediately without sitting out a season thanks to the graduate transfer rule.
Moser spent the last two years at UNLV. As a sophomore, he averaged 14.5 points and 10.0 boards, earning all-american honors and nearly opting to enter his name in the NBA Draft. Instead, he came back, but thanks to a season full of injuries and a roster that forced him to play out of position, Moser saw his minutes and his production drop. He averaged just 7.1 points and 6.1 boards as Anthony Bennett made headlines and earned postseason honors.
There is still a chance that Moser could end up going to the NBA this season.
Washington will be the third school that Moser plays for if he makes it there. Moser began his career as a Ben Howland recruit at UCLA before transferring to UNLV.
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