Affectionately called Mo, Moriah Jefferson is in her first season in the WNBA. Drafted second by the San Antonio Stars, Mo completed one of the most incredible college careers of all time. During her time at The University of Connecticut, Moriah won four National Championships, was named WBCA National Defensive Player of the Year, was a two-time Lieberman Award Winner, was named to the WBCA All-American Team, and the list goes on and on. To make a long story short, Moriah Jefferson is one heck of a player and one person that Moriah credits part of her success to is her late coach Coach Jackson, aka Coach Mudd, who she played for with he DFW Elite. Coach Mudd is the father of former WNBA player and breast cancer survivor Tiffany Jackson-Jones. Follow along as Moriah talks about her passion for basketball and art, what motivates her and why she works as hard as she does. Get to know Mo! Get an inside look of what life is like for the rookie.