Oklahoma State football coaches got some good news to start off their week, as one of their top targets, four-star wide receiver CJ Moore, announced on Twitter that he will play college ball in Stillwater.
The 6-foot-5, 175-pound receiver from Tulsa Union is an ESPN 300 player, one of the top players in the state and one of the best receiver prospects in the country.
Moore chose the Cowboys over offers from 19 other teams, including some powerhouse programs like Alabama, Auburn, Ohio State, and Georgia, as well as fellow Big 12 teams like Texas, TCU, Baylor, and Texas Tech.
247Sports predicted Moore would pick OU, despite the fact that he has yet to receive a scholarship offer from the Sooners. Obviously, that could still change, but so far the work OSU has put into recruiting Moore has paid off.
Moore is the first receiver for the 2018 class, the 10th recruit overall, and the second player to commit to OSU in two days. He’s also joins QB Spencer Sanders as the second four-star recruit.
Moore will be a two-sport athlete for the Cowboys, as he also long-jump for the OSU track team, according to the Tulsa World.
Check out his HUDL highlights and you’ll see the kind of talent he’ll be bringing to Stillwater.