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Zagoria: Quadri Moore to decide next week

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Seton Hall and Cincinnati are battling it out for Quadri Moore.
Seton Hall and Cincinnati are battling it out for Quadri Moore.
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Kevin Willard is looking to add a third local Top 150 recruit to his already impressive 2014 recruiting class.

Linden High School (N.J.) senior Quadri Moore told Adam Zagoria that hes "going to decide something next week on where I want to go." The 6-foot-8 power forward is down to Seton Hall and Cincinnati after eliminating Wake Forest, Miami (Fla.), and Temple. Moore was supposed to  visit Cincinnati last weekend but never made the trip. Jerry Carino had been reporting that Cincinnati were the slight favorites over Seton Hall during much of Quadri's recruitment.

Seton Hall currently has one open scholarship for the 2014 recruiting class after receiving verbals from Angel Delgado (247Sports No. 46), Khadeen Carrington (No. 142), and Ismael Sanogo (NR). Quadri Moore is ranked No. 149 by 247Sports -- his lowest rating of the four major recruiting services, but still within the Top 150. Seton Hall's recruiting class is currently ranked 19th by 247Sports. It would improve if Moore were to commit.

Isaiah Whitehead (No. 20) took his unofficial visit to Seton Hall yesterday and of course it was "great" - according to Lincoln (N.Y.) coach Tiny Morton - all visits are.

If Seton Hall were hypothetically in the position to receive a commitment from both Moore and Whitehead, then they would obviously have to "move things around" as far as scholarships go or force a current verbal commit to look elsewhere. Someone would have to take one for the team in order to make that type of blockbuster recruiting class happen.