Dontrell Moore was honorable mention all-conference as a true freshman at Coffeyville CC. Originally from Thibodaux High School in Thibodaux, Louisiana, Moore could have attended just about any SEC school he wanted to but failed to qualify. He is set to graduate with his AA after this semester and will attend his school of choice in the spring. The CU staff seems very intrerested in him after dropping by his school today."> Dontrell Moore was honorable mention all-conference as a true freshman at Coffeyville CC. Originally from Thibodaux High School in Thibodaux, Louisiana, Moore could have attended just about any SEC school he wanted to but failed to qualify. He is set to graduate with his AA after this semester and will attend his school of choice in the spring. The CU staff seems very intrerested in him after dropping by his school today.">

JC LB/DE Likes What Colorado is Doing

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1517823">Dontrell Moore</a> was honorable mention all-conference as a true freshman at Coffeyville CC. Originally from Thibodaux High School in Thibodaux, Louisiana, Moore could have attended just about any SEC school he wanted to but failed to qualify. He is set to graduate with his AA after this semester and will attend his school of choice in the spring. The CU staff seems very intrerested in him after dropping by his school today.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 225
40 time: 4.5
Bench: 350
Squat: 520
Clean: 280
Vertical:'32
From: Coffeyville, Kansas
High School: Coffeyville

"They came by today and talked with my coaches," said Moore of CU. "They had their downfall recently with all that negative stuff but seem to be starting all over and rebuilding the program. I know they weren't charged with anything, so that is good. If they start showing interest in me I'd be real excited about them."

The main schools Moore is 'excited' about right now are Nebraska, Louisiana State, Florida, Arkansas, South Carolina, and Kansas State. "I wanted to go to LSU so bad out of high school," he admits. "I think I could have gone just about anywhere in the SEC if I would have qualified. Really, I am open to everywhere right now. I just want to go to the school that offers me the best situation and education."

He would like to major in Communications. He has no offers yet and hasn't set any visits.

The LB/DE says he can play anywhere on the field. "All I need is to be taught a position and given a chance to shine. I started out last year at d-end but then we had an injury and I was put at linebacker. I have no problem playing either position, or anywhere else for that matter."

Moore figures he is averaging around 10 tackles a game thus far on the 4-0 season. Since he is playing this year and also did his freshman year, he will have three years to play two when he gets to a college campus next spring.

Coffeyville takes on Butler County, this Saturday.