|Hometown:||San Francisco, Calif|
|High School:||Wallenberg HS '10|
|Previous College:||City College of San Francisco|
Hayford on Moon:“Garrett will likely redshirt this season after transferring from City College of San Francisco. He is a lockdown defender and an outstanding offensive and defensive rebounder. Garrett is very athletic, a gifted shot blocker and will bring great depth to us at three positions on the court. We are very excited that Garrett joined our program.”
Junior College: A former teammate of fellow Eagles Collin Chiverton and Ivan Dorsey, Moon played two seasons at the City College of San Francisco. He and Dorsey led the Rams to a 27-3 record in the 2011-12 season. San Francisco was the No. 1-ranked junior college team in California before falling 76-70 at home in overtime in the playoffs to Cabrillo. That loss snapped a 23-game winning streak for the Rams, who won the Coast-North title with a perfect 12-0 mark. As a freshman, Moon, Dorsey and another Eagle teammate, Collin Chiverton, helped CCSF to the 2010-11 California Community Colleges Athletic Association title and finish 32-1. Thus, Moon was on the winning end of 54 of 59 games in junior college. Moon started half of his team’s games as a freshman, as San Francisco finished the season with a 27-game winning streak and was a perfect 12-0 to win the Coast-North title.
High School: Graduated from Wallenberg HS in 2010. He averaged 18 points per game as a senior in leading the Bulldogs to a 21-8 record overall and 13-1 mark in the Academic Athletic Association. He earned AAA Player of the Year honors, and was also a first team All-San Francisco pick by the San Francisco Examiner and first team AAA All-City selection. He also earned second team All-San Francisco City Section accolades. He scored 31 points in the team’s semifinal victory in the San Francisco Section, marking the first win in the semis for the Bulldogs in six tries for head coach Pat Mulligan. As a junior, Wallenberg finished 20-11 overall and 11-4 in the league, and his sophomore season his team was 25-5 and 10-1 in conference play. In all, teams he played on in high school were 66-24 (73 percent) and 34-6 in league play (85 percent).
Personal: He was born on March 20, 1992, in San Francisco, Calif. His parents are Jeff and Jessie Moon. He intends on majoring at Eastern in communications.