Position: Middle blocker
He's qualified because: One of the most dynamic players in the Central Section, Moses finished close second to teammate Jon Ferrari for Player of the Year.
Moses was voted Most Valuable Player of the Tri-River Athletic Conference because of his hard-hitting dominance at the net.
Second-year standout is an imposing 6-foot-2 force with a wicked slam and led the Bears with 317 kills.
His all-around game included 53 digs, 23 blocks and 47 aces. Had eight kills in the Southern California Regional final, including the deciding point in Buchanan's five-set victory against Otay Ranch.