Texas Tech Basketball is 22-8 this season thanks in large part to freshman phenoms Jarrett Culver and Zhaire Smith. Texas Tech has also already signed 3-star prospects Kyler Edwards and Deshawn Corprew, as well as a D1 transfer of Missouri's CJ Roberts, a former 4-star himself.

Add in the rest of the young talent on the roster, and now Khavon Moore, and the future is really bright in Lubbock, Texas at the United Supermarkets Arena.

Watch Khavon commit to Texas Tech Monday afternoon:

Who is Khavon Moore? Check out some highlights from the 6'8" small forward who can play point guard:

Moore is an ESPN Top 100 player who chose Texas Tech over hometown school Georgia, Oklahoma, Florida and many others.

In four years of varsity play, Moore averaged 19.8 points per game and 9.6 rebounds per game. He averaged a double double in his sophomore and junior seasons. In 102 career games, Moore had more than 2,000 points and nearly 1,000 rebounds. He's also tallied more than 400 assists.

Khavon Moore will surely get involved early during his time at Texas Tech.

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