Oklahoma State’s 18th verbal commitment of the 2009 recruiting class adds to a strong list of in-state talent the Cowboys have won over.
Tulsa Union standout Tracy Moore, 6-foot-4, 230 pounds, announced his intention to play football at Oklahoma State on a Tulsa television station Sunday night.
He is the seventh Oklahoma high school player, and the sixth member of The Oklahoman’s
Super 30, to commit to OSU. An All-State tight end, Moore offers versatility to coach Mike Gundy’s offense, having the size to be a tight end or blocking back, and the athletic ability to be a slot receiver. He had 1,023 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior.
Moore, who was at OSU for an unofficial visit this weekend, chose the Cowboys over Colorado, Missouri, Kansas and Tulsa.