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Son of Former OSU All-American Mark Moore, Quentin, Sets Commitment Date

Can OSU add a legacy Poke?



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On Sunday, the world will know just how closely Quentin Moore will follow in his father’s footsteps.

Moore, the son of two-time Oklahoma State All-American Mark Moore, announced via Twitter that he will choose a school Sunday. The younger Moore is a 6-foot-6 tight end at Independence Community College in Kansas. On April 8, he cut his list of schools to 15 and included OSU.

247Sports ranks Moore as the 10th-best prospect at the junior college level and the best JUCO tight end. Mark Moore was an All-American for OSU in 1985 and 1986. The Seattle Seahawks took Mark in the fourth round of the 1987 NFL Draft. That relocated the Moore family and could play a big role in Quentin’s recruitment process.

Moore has three crystal ball predictions on 247Sports, all coming in the past month and all projecting that he lands at Washington. Although Moore plays his junior college ball in Kansas, he is originally from Kenmore, Washington.

Moore did, though, take a visit to Stillwater with his father in November where he was offered a scholarship. Washington didn’t offer Moore until mid-March but seems to have made up the ground needed.

As a freshman at Indy last fall, Moore played in six games where he had six catches for 65 yards and a touchdown.

Mark Moore is second all-time in career interceptions at OSU. His 16 picks trail only to Bob Fenimore’s 18.

Quentin Moore is one of 10 tight ends OSU has offered in the 2021 cycle, though two have already committed to other programs. Whether it’s Moore or not, OSU will likely look to add a tight end in this cycle with seniors Logan Carter and Dayton Metcalf on their ways out after this season.

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