Nebraska commit Joshua Moore wants you to know he’s “1000 percent committed” to Nebraska after comments last week suggested his recruitment wasn’t quite finished.
My recruitment is & has been shut down ever since June 18th.. don’t pay attention to what you read as I said before.. 1000% committed! #GBR
— KING. (@_TheJoshuaMoore) July 23, 2017
This tweet comes after the 4-star recruit struck a different tone when speaking to SEC Country’s Sam Spiegelman last week.
“A few schools are still recruiting me and I’m still open with my options, so I won’t close anything off until I sign my papers,” he told Spiegelman. “Whoever wants to recruit me, I’m still listening. I want to make sure I make the right decision.”
He didn’t stop there, adding:
“I plan on graduating early, so I’ll have to [decide] pretty soon,” said Moore. “I’d say that midway through the season, maybe six or seven weeks into the season. I want to see a few places before I shut it down and be with my parents and everything. If they can’t get up there with me, then it’s not the place for me.
“Right now, I’m confident [that I’ll stick with Nebraska], but anything can happen. I’m leaving it up to God and I’m going to pray about it until I sign the papers. If it’s Nebraska, then I’ll definitely know. And if it’s not, we’ll see what happens.”
Moore, the No. 13 wide receiver in the Class of 2018 on the 247Sports composite, committed to Nebraska in June. He’s the Huskers’ second-highest rated commit in this cycle.
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