Tramonda Moore

Oklahoma City John Marshall standout enjoyed his unofficial visit to Oklahoma State

Oklahoma City John Marshall standout enjoyed his unofficial visit to Oklahoma State.

So far this football season has been a blast for Oklahoma City (John Marshall), Okla. offensive and defensive tackle Tramonda Moore. The 6-6, 330-pound road grater on offense and demolition expert on defense has helped the Bears destroy Northwest Classen 66-12 in the opener and then last Friday night on a night that the John Marshall Bears brought back and honored a state championship team from 1995, the second of the two football state titles won by the school, the current Bears beat Oklahoma City Centennial 54-0.

The significance in the score comes with Moore peering down at the number on his jersey, which he switched this season from his old number 55 to honor his best friend and former teammate C.J. Davis, who died in a tragic auto accident near the school. It was a magical night for the Bears and very meaningful to Moore.

Moore has not made any commitments and has been careful about comments regarding his recruitment in which he has offers from a reported childhood favorite in Oklahoma State, OU, and Tulsa in-state and Alabama, Arizona State, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, and TCU out of state.

Following the win and excitement on Friday night, Moore was one of the prospects that took in Oklahoma State's 32-8 win over Central Arkansas on Saturday. He took pictures with head coach Mike Gundy in Gundy's office and with offensive line coach Greg Adkins in the Cowboys locker room. 

During the game he posted this on his Twitter account @_TMOE55, "Having a blast in Stillwater."

One of the other prospects in Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday was Elite 11 quarterback finalist and Oklahoma State commitment Nick Starkel of Argyle (Liberty Christian), Texas.

"Everyone go follow @_TMOE55. I definitely want him up in Stillwater for the next five years with me," Starkel tweeted.

"Had a blast tonight in Stillwater. #GoPokes," Moore tweeted again after the game.

Still no favorites listed but Moore seems to have had a good time last Saturday and that is a good thing for Oklahoma State. This Thursday, Moore and the Marshall Bears will look to go 3-0 as they host Crooked Oak at 7 p.m.  


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