6-4 ½, 350
Oklahoma City (John Marshall), Okla.
Physical: 40 time-5.6; Bench Press-380 lbs.; Squat-550 lbs.; Vertical-26”
Other Schools Recruited By: Alabama, OU, OSU (all offered and all visited officially), Arizona State, Arkansas State, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Miami (FL), Missouri, Montana, TCU, Tulsa, UCLA, Utah State (all offered).
High School: Team Captain, Three-year starter, Sr. season-U.S. Army All-American Game selection and participant, The Oklahoman All-State 1st-Team (DL), Tulsa World All-State, 1st-Team (OL), The Oklahoman Little All-City Defensive Player of the Year and 1st-Team (DL); Jr. season-The Oklahoman All-State honorable mention, The Oklahoman Little All-City 2nd-Team.
Scout Ranking: 4-stars (OT #12 nationally-#1 in Oklahoma).
Other Sports: Basketball and Track and Field.
Interesting Tidbit: His cousin, Tracy Moore, played wide receiver at Oklahoma State, as did his high school coach and All-American Rashaun Woods.
Primary Recruiting Coach: Greg Adkins.
Scouting Report and Projection: He has excellent feet and is as big and strong as you would think a player could get at that level. He played both ways in high school, and on defense was most effective as a two-gap tackle that really kept those two gaps from giving up any space as opposing linemen could rarely do much with him. He’s a lot to try and push. On offense, he will need to fire more quick twitch but he has the feet and muscle to be a primary mover on the offense line. He has seen really upscale competition in camps and the U.S. Army practices and that should lend itself to him knowing what he will be up against and being prepared. Academics could be an issue, but he is a smart person that just let academics slip and that gives him a chance. If eligible as a freshman, he will need to be in tip-top shape to get on the field. If he is, he would be a rare offensive lineman that could.
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