"I've been up there twice (to Oklahoma State), so I kind of new everything," said the standout tailback from Arlington Mansfield Summit H.S. in Texas. "With the new coaching staff I wanted to talk to the running backs coach (new hire Curtis Luper coming from New Mexico). He wasn't there, but he called me today and he is coming by to visit me on Thursday."
Moore said his visit went well, and he did like talking to the other members of Mike Gundy's coaching staff. He also said he is down to two schools - OSU and Florida, where he will visit Jan. 28. He has eliminated Arizona State.
"Track practice starts tomorrow, so I will get going in that," said Moore, who skipped playing basketball this year.
He runs the 4x100 meter, 4x200 meters, 200-meter sprint, and also high jumps. That and his all-state honors in football give you an indication of what a standout athlete he is.
Recruiting: Kestahn Moore
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