Four-star Yoakum (Texas) high school wide receiver Joshua Moore made his commitment on Sunday, pledging his services to Nebraska over offers from Texas A&M, Florida State, Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma and Texas to name a few.
Moore possesses a good frame for the receiver position with the requisite height to gain good bulk as he matures," said Scout.com recruiting analyst Gabe Brooks. "He shows impressive burst with the ball in his hands, whether in the screen game or as a wildcat quarterback. Moore is a field-stretching vertical threat when lined up wide. He also flashes the ability to win balls over smaller defenders. He'll need to add weight and strength to compete against larger defensive backs in college, both as a pass-catcher and as a perimeter blocker, but the tools are there for Moore to be an impact receiver at the Power Five conference level."
Moore helped his hometown Yoakum (Texas) High to a 12-4 record and a state runner-up finish in Texas Class 3A Division I. Moore started on both sides of the ball. He gained 851 yards from scrimmage and scored 12 offensive touchdowns. He caught 27 passes for 527 yards and eight TD's, while rushing for 324 yards and four scores.
Moore was supposed to play at IMG Academy in 2017, but after transferring to the footabll recruiting powerhouse in the spring, he has transferred back to Yokaum.