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4-Star WR Joshua Moore Unveils Top Schools

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Four-star wide receiver Joshua Moore unveiled his top schools, as the 2018 recruit included powers from the Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC.


The 2018 recruiting cycle inches closer into focus as the 2017 class nears an end, and things are already picking up for next year’s batch of prospects.

That is especially true for 4-star recruit Joshua Moore, the No. 23 wide receiver and No. 138 overall player in the 2018 class.

On Wednesday, the Yoakum, Texas native unveiled his top 14 schools with members for the Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC.

In alphabetical order, Moore’s top schools are Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and Texas A&M.

Moore released a statement regarding his top schools.

“First off, I want to start off by thanking God, my family, and my supporters. Without you, I wouldn’t be here today. I am proud to say that my parents will not have to pay a dime for my college education. Next, I want to thank every single school for the opportunity to further advance my academic and athletic endeavors. After praying on it, I will be moving forward exclusively with these 14 schools.”

At 6-foot-2, 173 lbs Moore is a true downfield threat with an ability to go up over cornerbacks and win jump-ball battles. Moore is also a capable of making plays happen when he gets the ball in space, which makes him a go-to target in the screen game.

With a little more weight, Moore can be an explosive option for offenses that love to stretch the field vertically.

MORE: 5-Star QB Trevor Lawrence Actively Recruiting For Clemson

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