The annual tradition of pre-spring attrition continues, with Oklahoma the latest to see a player leave its football program.
In a tweet posted to his Twitter account late Friday morning, defensive back L.J. Moore revealed that he apparently intends to transfer out of OU and to another school to continue his collegiate playing career. No reason for the departure was given, and school officials have yet to address Moore’s status for spring practice and beyond.
Moore was a four-star member of OU’s 2013 recruiting class, rated as the No. 17 safety in the country coming out of high school in Fresno, Calf. He played in two games as a true freshman — none after mid-September — and was credited with a single tackle.