Four-Star ATH Jordan Moore Picks the Aggies

One of the top recruits in the class of 2018 has made his decision as moments ago athlete Jordan Moore picked Texas A&M. The four-star standout checks in at 5-foot-11,170-pounds from Yoakum (Texas) Yoakum High School.

One of the top athletes in the class of 2018 is off the market as Jordan Moore has announced his intentions to play for head coach Kevin Sumlin and Texas A&M Aggies.


“I picked A&M because it fits me perfect,” Jordan Moore said.  “It felt like home as soon as I stepped on campus.  I knew I wanted to be an Aggie!.  Early playing time, I know I will be able to come in and compete and show what I got.  My family is real excited.  Mom is excited about being an Aggie after she has hated them for over 30 years,” Moore said laughing.  “He (Coach Sumlin) was very excited just like my dad.”


Moore has enjoyed the process but is glad it’s over so he can focus on the rest of his high school career.


“The recruiting process has been great,” Moore said.  “I’ve learned how to get God handle everything and just be relaxed.  It’s been great being able to go through it with someone (Joshua Moore) else, the biggest and most important factor is which school felt like home.”


Offer Sheet


Florida State Seminoles

Ohio State Buckeyes

Oklahoma Sooners

Tennessee Volunteers

Texas Longhorns

Texas A&M Aggies

Baylor Bears

Houston Cougars

Michigan Wolverines

Inside the Numbers


Class 2018

Scout Overall Rank 120

Position Rank No 4

Midland ATH Rank No 3

Texas ATH Rank No 3 

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