The Oklahoma Sooners possess the most dominant offensive line in country. Consistently opening up lanes for running backs while providing elite level protection for quarterbacks, it should come as no surprise that many from the program go on to the next level. Following suit, recruits across the nation see the potential to play in the NFL and opt for Norman as a collegiate destination. Such was the case for Tramonda Moore.
However, the road ends short for the local offensive line product as Moore was dismissed from the program for a violation of team rules. Taking the long road to Norman, the Oklahoma City native initially signed to play for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. After failing to qualify academically, the local product started his collegiate career at Independence Community College in Kansas. After two years on the JUCO level, Moore opened himself up to the recruiting process once again before landing in Norman.
Destined for a redshirt season as a junior, Moore failed to appear in action throughout the first ten games in the crimson and cream. Expected to compete for a starting role in 2019, it appears as thought that won’t happen now. A troubled past meets a troubled future as the talented offensive lineman must once again enter a state of flux.