Steve Sarkisian and the University of Texas have landed one of the top pass catchers in the country. 2023 All-American DeAndre Moore Jr. from St. John Bosco High School in California has committed to the Longhorns. According to 247Sports, Moore Jr. is a four-star prospect and the No. 16 wide receiver in the nation.
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— ᴅᴍᴏ. (@DeandreMooreJr) December 23, 2022
Past Longhorns selected to play in the All-American Bowl includes the likes of Derrick Johnson, Bijan Robinson, and Vince Young.
Moore Jr. will play in the annual East vs. West matchup inside the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The Bowl will be nationally televised, live on NBC and Peacock, and will feature the nation’s top 100 high school football players.
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