Breaking Down Texas A&M 4-Star Safety Pledge Jordan Moore

Scout provides updated highlights and analysis of 2018 Scout 300 four-star safety Jordan Moore, who's committed to Texas A&M.

The above video features junior-season highlights of 2018 four-star safety Jordan Moore.

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Jordan Moore, Safety, Yoakum (Texas)

Size: 6-0, 177

Recruiting: Moore committed Dec. 24 to Texas A&M. Moore owns offers from across the country, including Baylor, Colorado, Florida State, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas, and Texas Tech, among others.

Rankings: Scout ranks Moore as the No. 237 overall prospect in the 2018 Scout 300. He's the No. 6 safety in Texas, which is deep and talented at that position in this cycle, as well as No. 23 nationally among safeties.

Stats

2016: As a junior, Moore assembled a huge year on both sides of the ball as he helped Yoakum High to the Texas Class 3A Division I state championship game. He gained 1,054 yards from scrimmage, including 509 rushing and six touchdowns on 11.1 yards per carry, along with 31 receptions for 545 yards and seven TD's on 17.6 yards per catch. Moore also threw one TD pass. Defensively, Moore earned first-team all-state honors as he recorded 60 tackles, 12 interceptions (six for TD's), two forced fumbles, and nine pass breakups.

2015: Moore enjoyed a strong sophomore season with 1,178 yards from scrimmage. He ran for 978 yards and 21 touchdowns on 8.3 yards per carry, while catching 13 passes for 200 yards. Defensively, Moore picked off six passes and broke up three more.

2014: Moore debuted as a freshman, when he ran 13 times for 88 yards and one touchdown. He also made 17 tackles and broke up seven passes.

Evaluation notes

Jordan Moore is a talented, versatile high-major football prospect who does a little bit of everything for a strong Texas small-school football program. Moore plays multiple roles on both sides of the ball and returns kicks. He could play receiver or in the secondary in college, but safety is where we like him best as he projects to the next level.

Moore owns great ball skills and natural football instincts, plus the frame length to add good weight once he's in college. He will need to learn the more technical aspects of playing DB every down -- such as change of direction and backpedal quickness -- but owns the requisite physical tools to make the full-time transition.

Moore is one of the most versatile players in Texas and a quality safety prospect who will play Power Five conference football. - Gabe Brooks

Strengths
  • Ball skills/hands
  • Body control
  • Football instincts

Areas to Improve
  • Backpedal quickness
  • Change of direction

Junior highlights


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