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Gators picked up a Christmas commitment from four-star offensive lineman T.J. Moore.

Florida picked up its second offensive lineman commitment on Sunday, when T.J. Moore decided to make his pledge to the Gators.

Florida received an extra Christmas gift on Sunday, when four-star offensive lineman T.J. Moore committed to the Gators. 

"I am grateful to God and humbled by the physical gifts He's granted me, which has allowed me to play the game that I love. I'm extremely thankful to my parents, and all the others, who have supported me throughout my journey," said Moore on Twitter. "I'm proud to announce that I have decided to officially commit to the University of Florida, as I work towards furthering my education and my dream of playing football at the next level."

Moore chose UF over offers from Tennessee, NC State and South Carolina among others. The No. 31 offensive tackle on Scout hails from Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte, N.C., former Gator D.J. Humphries' alma mater. 

Moore is the second offensive lineman in Florida's 2017 class - joining four-star Kadeem Telfort. 

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