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The Fastest Rising Prospect in Oklahoma: OL Tramonda Moore

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It's not often that a player goes unnoticed in your own backyard, but Tramonda Moore (6-5/330) from John Marshall High School in Oklahoma City has gone from under the radar, to an offer explosion over the past month. Moore has picked up offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Georgia, and Alabama as his recruiting has taken off.

Moore is immensely talented, as his film jumps off the screen.

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The big question with Moore centers around his ability to qualify. Moore's talent is too great and he is a take regardless of his academic situation. He is a guy you sign and then hope he takes the necessary steps to finalize things in the classroom.

The offensive line recruiting in the class of 2016 has been noticeably off to this point, but landing an instate player like Moore could go a long ways to putting things back on track. If you are wondering where the Sooners stand with Moore, he by all accounts lives in a crimson and cream house.