Catching up with Kapron Lewis-Moore

Kapron Lewis-Moore has garnered offers from elite programs around the country, including Big 12 power Texas Tech. Scout.com gets an update on the talented defensive end's recruitment and his plans for the summer.

Kapron Lewis-Moore has taken the recruiting world by storm since the end of his junior season, when he was a key factor in helping the Kangaroos to their second straight trip to the Class 5A state playoffs.

The 6'4, 225 pound DE has prototypical size and speed that coaches and scouts love. He boasts a sub-4.8 forty time and a 445 pound squat max.

Lewis-Moore, who is a 3 year starter, is also a key contributor on the Weatherford High track and basketball squads. The multi-talented athlete understands how he can contribute on the defensive side of ball.

"My ability to rush the passer off the edge is my biggest strength."

He is also capable at defending the run and explains, "I always do a good job of flowing with the play and helping in that area."

Lewis-Moore boasts 21 total offers including Nebraska, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and Virginia.

Despite the slew of offers, Kapron says he has no favorites. "I'm just taking things in stride. My number one focus is my teammates right now."

Last summer Kapron impressed scouts at Stanford's mini-camp, and he plans on attending a few camps this summer as well. He has not yet finalized where he will be camping.

Academics and campus atmosphere are two of the main factors Kapron will be considering in his final decision.

Despite all of the recruiting buzz he is generating, Kapron remains grounded and is concentrating on his upcoming senior season.

"All the attention is flattering, but really I am totally focused on 2007. I'm not even thinking about making a decision until after the season. I want to be a better leader this year and help us not just get to the playoffs but also making some noise while we are there."




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