An Oklahoma City product, Tramonda Moore initially signed with the Oklahoma State Cowboys. However, failing to qualify academically Moore was forced down the JUCO path. Sitting here just four months later, and the former John Marshall standout is once again making headlines.

The offensive tackle committed to play for the Oklahoma Sooners on Father’s Day, June 18th. Standing 6-6, Moore must complete a year with Independence Community College in Kansas first and foremost. Looking for redemption, 2016’s top Oklahoma prospect now gets a second chance.

The offer came in on Sunday afternoon. Not wasting any time, the offensive lineman flipped sides of the Bedlam rivalry. Moore becomes the second commit of the Lincoln Riley era joining Ron Tatum.

Taking to Twitter, Moore said, “I thank my family and mentors for not giving up on me. I am a witness of my own testimony and it is about time to use the tools God gave me to chase my dreams.”

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