On March 7th 4-star Tulsa Union receiver CJ Moore announced his top six college choices. At that point there was speculation that the 6-5/175 big-bodied target could be leaving the region for Ohio State. Instead, he chose the other OSU.
— CJ Moore-Sandles (@daddydimes35) May 1, 2017
Moore made his decision public, via Twitter, on Monday and in doing so suddenly added a lot more hype to Oklahoma State’s already rising recruiting class. He becomes the highest-profile recruit in the class and a solid cornerstone to build on.
Possessing great size, hands, and speed, Moore is they type of player who could have an immediate impact on a team. 247Sports currently has him ranked as the nation’s 22nd receiver prospect and the 3rd overall prep prospect in the state of Oklahoma.
The Cowboys fended off offers from the likes of Alabama, Ohio State, Oregon, Texas, and fifteen other schools to get Moore’s commitment. He’s the first receiver to commit to OSU in the 2018 class.