Pearland, Texas cornerback Quinton Moore said there is no reason to keep checking on him. He has fended off all the schools that tried to jump in on him after the coaching switch at Oklahoma State, and he is solidly committed to being a Cowboy.
"I really never switched," said Moore. "I've been sold on Oklahoma State and my recruiting coach Joe DeForest is still there. I wasn't heading to OSU because of the coaches but because of the players there and the school and the town."
Moore said he is looking forward to making his offcial visit this upcoming weekend, and he is excited about talking with new head coach Mike Gundy in person and meeting the new staff. Moore said when he made his mind up he did it knowing that the coaching staff could change and didn't want that to be a factor. Moore is a 5-11, 180-pound corner who could see playing time his freshman season.
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