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C.J. Moore to Transfer to Iowa Central Community College

Moore is headed to the junior college level.

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One of the more highly anticipated Cowboy receiver prospects in recent memory has found his new destination.

After two years at Oklahoma State, C.J. Moore will transfer to the junior college level to Iowa Central. Moore announced his intentions to transfer from OSU in late January.

Moore played in five games in 2019, and he caught four passes for 81 yards and two touchdowns. Moore’s redshirt freshman season started off hot as he had touchdowns in each of OSU’s opening two games, but he caught just one pass outside of those games.

He came to OSU as a four-star recruit and the No. 147 player in the 2018 class. Out of Union High School in Tulsa, he was the highest rated signee for OSU in that cycle, beating out now-starting quarterback Spencer Sanders. As a true freshman, Moore saw action in only the Liberty Bowl, but was able to take advantage of the four-game redshirt rule.

Iowa Central is in Fort Dodge, Iowa. The Tritons were 7-6 this past season.

The Cowboys are a maybe little more thin on proven pass catchers entering the year than normal (the bar is very high), but they are still fairly loaded. Tylan Wallace, Dillon Stoner, Braydon Johnson and Landon Wolf all return after contributing last season. Kasey Dunn is also bringing in Dee Anderson as a transfer from LSU, and OSU has promising young players such as Langston Anderson and Jonathan Shepherd.

The Cowboys are also bringing in three freshmen receivers: Matt Polk, Brennan Presley and Rashod Owens.

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