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2018 receiver talks about the Bulldogs

2018 receiver C.J Moore is among the best play-makers in the state of Oklahoma, and recently picked up a Georgia offer. We caught up with Moore and asked him about the Georgia program.

"I don't know a lot about the program right now." Moore said. "I do know that they are aggressive and I like that!"

The Georgia offer was a big one for the 6-foot-4 175-pound speedster from Tulsa.

"When I got the offer my heart dropped!" Moore said.  "That was my first SEC offer.  My father is from Mississippi so that offer could lead to another big one!"

Moore has the size and athleticism to become an impact player at the next level.  He shows good hands on film, and the ability to score at any point.  Another reason Moore is catching the eyes of major programs is because of his style of play.  He plays with a chip on his shoulder and wants to play with swagger and cockiness, just like his favorite player, Odell Beckham Jr.

"I think my ability to cut is a strength of mine on the field."  Moore said. "I catch the ball well, I'm a good jumper, I've got height on my side. Something I can improve on is breaking down my routes more."

Texas A&M and TCU have already offered, and more could be coming.  Georgia seems like a long-shot at the moment, but it's clear this was a big offer for Moore.  Oklahoma State was the favorite team early on, although Moore did say that he never really watched sports growing up.  

So whats the dream going forward for Moore?

"My dream is to get a great education and make a lot of money so my family doesn't have to worry about money.  If I'm blessed then maybe go to the NFL."


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