Cyclones Announce Moore's Signing

JUCO safety Devron Moore will enroll in January and compete for immediate playing time in the secondary

Iowa State head coach announced Wednesday the signing of NE Oklahoma A&M JUCO safety Devron Moore, a December graduate who'll enroll in January.

Moore visited Iowa State over the weekend of Nov. 22 and committed in early December.

"He's got great ball skills and he's a physical football player," Rhoads said in a press release. "He will come downfield and hit you. He's a student of the game and I think he will provide great leadership you need at the safety position. He really loved the organization and attention to detail of our program, and I think that won him over."

The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Moore chose Iowa State over a good offer list: Wisconsin, West Virginia, Utah, Texas Tech and TCU.

As a JUCO freshman in 2012 Moore notched seven interceptions and this past season he had two pick-sixes.

Moore told AllCyclones.com one of the biggest draws for Iowa State was the opportunity for early playing time or a starting job, as the Cyclones are losing safeties Jacques Washington and Deon Broomfield.

Moore likely profiles as a free safety.


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