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2017 OL Flips Commitment from OSU to Texas A&M

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For the second time in the 2017 recruiting cycle, Oklahoma State has lost an offensive line commitment who opted to flip to Texas A&M. First, it was Adrian Wolford. Now, it’s Beaumont, Texas native Dan Moore Jr.

“I am happy to announce that after much thought and prayer, I have decided to decommit from Oklahoma State and flip my commitment to Texas A&M,” he said in a twitter post. “I would like to thank Coach Gundy and Coach Adkins for everything they have done. But I must do what is best for me and also think about my family. Please no phone calls or interviews, thank you.”

Moore is a 6-6, 320-pound prospect, who appears to be closing down his recruitment after this decision.

Oklahoma State has some security already in the 2017 class at offensive line that will help lessen the blow. They hold a commitment from junior college tackle Arlington Hambright, as well as from Derek Kerstetter, an Army All-American.

With this news, though, Oklahoma State will almost certainly look to grab at least one more offensive lineman in the recruiting class. Don’t be surprised if they even try to add two more prospects to the mix before signing day.

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