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Player Profile - Ryan Moore

Nickname: Mind Games
Profile: 100% pure badass. Having Ryan Moore move to Colorado is like Gryffindor getting Harry Potter or Miami winning the Lebron James sweepstakes. Everyone should kiss his ass, pay for his drinks, and loan him their hot girlfriends for the night...anything to keep this rediculous talent around the Denver scene.

You know how people play to the level of talent around them? Having grown up on his Mom's tour, he's been surrounded by the world's best players for a long time, and it shows. With more titles than he knows what to do with, Ryan's game is filthy in every respect. He's a top 3 player in the world, and when you check him out, all you can say is "yup, that's about what a #1 player in the world should look like!"

His goalie game is sick, with a lightning fast 2 rod that works all the holes. You can try to bait him for the long, but chances are he'll beat you. I'm sure his defense it top notch, but who really knows because he's not playing pits in this scene unless it's for fun.

Up front is where Ryan really shines though. His 5 bar is smooth and intimidating. He's got all the passes, but around here, Ryan uses a deceptive tic-tac stick series. The wall is unraceable, but if you camp there, he'll pound the lane and 2nd man lane. If you relax for a second, he's always ready to go, and if you keep moving, Ryan knows exactly where to go too. It's relentless. If players want a fast, flashy 5 bar, this would be the series to emmulate, as it's extremely simple when you break it down, but it's still fun as hell to watch.

As dominant as his 5 is, his 3 rod is even better. Denver hasn't seen anything like this in a while. His roller is blistering to both sides, but the fact he walks it around so tight really makes it a front toe pin/rollover hybrid. All the strengths of both shots wrapped up in one. If that's not working, his pull is just as nasty. Watch out for his John Wayne straight where he hits the ball with the far man. Even when you know it's coming, you can't help but jump.

All this sounds great, but perhaps the most impressive thing about Ryan's game is that he's constantly touring, which means he's always on top of his game and playing at an elite level. He is truly a "Professional" at this game, as well as a super nice guy to talk to. Hopefully he sticks around for a while so Denver players can see how fast and crispy the game is supposed to be played.

Strengths: Insane ball control, monster power game - all his passes and shots are unraceable, crafty walking rollover, no tendencies or tells really, elite tour player always on top of his game.

Weaknesses: Lost to Davin his first game at Ecks.

Last Updated: 8/23/2014 4:42:00 AM