2018 ATH Jordan Moore (Student Sports)

4-Star Athlete Jordan Moore Talks About His Early Commitment to Texas A&M

HOUSTON -- Scout caught up at The Opening Houston regional camp with Jordan Moore, a 2018 Scout 300 four-star athlete who made a December commitment to Texas A&M.

Jordan Moore said his seemingly early commitment to Texas A&M was the culmination of a longtime affinity for the Aggies.

Scout caught up with the 2018 Scout 300 four-star athlete prospect at this past weekend's The Opening Houston regional camp, where Moore explained why he chose Texas A&M as early as he did with the numerous offers from across the country that he has accumulated.

"It just felt like home. Me and the 2017 guys are like brothers. We created that unbreakable bond before I committed, before I even had an offer," Moore said. "I felt like I was actually part of the 2017 class.

"Growing up I loved (Texas A&M), my family loves them. It's just been one of my dream schools ever since I was a little kid. When I got the offer I was actually thinking about committing, but it was too early, so I've been pretty much a silent commit for a while before I committed."


That commitment came on Christmas Eve. Moore picked Texas A&M over offers from programs such as Florida State, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas, and plenty of others.

Moore said he's close with 2017 signees such as Kellen MondRoshauud PaulAnthony Hines, and Hezekiah Jones.

"Me and Anthony Hines are building a bond now. Hezekiah Jones, me and him are really close," Moore said. "I'd say me and Roshauud are probably the closest out of them all, though."

Scout ranks Moore as the No. 3 athlete in the state of Texas for 2018, as well as the No. 231 overall prospect in the Scout 300.

Texas A&M plans to play Moore as a cornerback. He could play either side of the ball in college and said he plans to send offseason camp film at both receiver and cornerback to the Aggie coaching staff.

What is Moore working on to get better this spring and summer before his senior season?

"Getting more flexible. My hips aren't as flexible or fluid as some DB's, but they're getting there. That's he biggest thing," Moore said. "I'm physical off the line, I'm very fast, I can spot the ball and go attack the ball. I just need to get more flexible in my hips and get out of my break faster."

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