Moore, though, will remain at defensive back at Kansas State, where his size and speed will make him a versatile option on the secondary.
But he still talks to Copelin and even reminds Spavital of his former player.
“The impact that Levi had on the game was just unbelievable, and he was a teacher of the game to Cre and it helped Cre become what he was because Cre became that impact player,” Spavital said. “He's the guy that fit right in to where Levi was.”
Moore, though, says he is far from a complete player.
“My biggest weakness is probably my eyes,” he said. “I just need to work on staying focused on receivers instead of looking back at the quarterback; that's what gets me beat.”
But Moore was rarely beat at Broken Arrow.
At Kansas State, though, he will be challenged.
“He just had so much speed and he made plays,” Spavital said. “You challenge him and he accepts the challenge, and he's going to win those battles.”