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Son of Former OSU All-American Trims List of Schools in Recruitment

Could Quentin Moore be OSU’s TE take in 2021?



The son of former Oklahoma State All-American defensive back Mark Moore, Quentin, is a highly regarded Class of 2021 tight end prospect. And it appears Oklahoma State’s in good position to keep the Moore legacy at OSU intact.

The 6-foot-5, 240-pound Moore from Independence Community College announced yesterday that he’s narrowed down his focus in his recruitment and intends to start paring down his list from a top-15, which includes OSU along with TCU, Texas Tech and West Virginia in the Big 12. Arkansas, Ole Miss, Florida State and Arizona State are also in the mix.

Moore visited Oklahoma State during the season last fall with his father and announced an OSU offer just a few days after the trip.

He wasn’t a statistical monster at Indy as a freshman by any means, but the route-running and fluidity he showed after the catch is impressive for a player of his size. Plus, his highlight reel consists primarily of special teams and blocking, which almost certainly caught OSU’s eye considering the Cowboy Back’s function within the offense.

OSU does not have a tight end commitment in the 2021 class but it has nearly a dozen standing offers out to prospects primarily in the state of Texas. It may be a first-come, first-serve basis for what will likely be a one tight end class as OSU looks to replace redshirt senior Logan Carter.

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