J.R. MOORE Carl Albert (Midwest City) Running back 5-10, 180, 4.5 <BR><BR> Moore continued Carl Albert's longstanding tradition of sterling tailbacks with a terrific junior season that saw him rush for 1,112 yards and 14 touchdowns. Still, despite his 5.42 yards per carry average, Moore may not even be the Titans starting tailback as a senior. Actually, Moore has a chance to start at any of four positions.

Carl Albert coach Gary Rose is planning on moving J.R. Moore around to make sure his multi-talented star can get his hands on the ball often.

"We're probably going to play him at quarterback, flanker, tailback and fullback," said Rose. "We're going to try him and a sophomore at quarterback and see how that goes. So, we're going to look at him at QB, but if that doesn't work out, he'll be our flanker or fullback or tailback. He'll do a lot for us wherever we put him."

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