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Report: Freshman cornerback leaves Oklahoma

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Per SoonerScoop.com (subscription required), cornerback L.J. Moore has left Oklahoma after just one season.

Moore came to Oklahoma rated as a four-star recruit out of Central East High School in Fresno, Calif., the same high school that produced Sooners safety Hatari Byrd and 2014 four-star athlete Michiah Quick. Moore was rated by Rivals as the 20th-best player in California and the No. 194 recruit nationally by Rivals last year.

The 6-foot-1, 166 pound Moore only appeared in two games for Oklahoma in 2013. During his recruitment, he received scholarships offers from and took visits to Arizona State, California, Notre Dame, Oregon State, Texas Tech and UCLA.

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2 Responses to “Report: Freshman cornerback leaves Oklahoma”
  1. chc4 says: Feb 24, 2014 4:20 PM

    He probably got sick of hearing Stoops whine all the time.

  2. charleyman48 says: Feb 24, 2014 4:42 PM

    My Uncle played for O.U. in the 50’s and I was recruited there in the 60’s. I understand the allure of playing there with all their success. Today with all the pressure to make choices for their careers at 17 and 18 years old only to realize they for what ever reason it doesn’t work for them. I wish him all the best and I ended up staying home here in California and called UCLA my home. L.J. I understand that once again you are faced with a monumental decision for your future but I for one would love to see you come home and become happy being part of what is the Bruin family. “Once a Bruin Always a Bruin”.

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