St. John Bosco High School held its signing ceremony on Wednesday morning and four-star wide receiver DeAndre Moore Jr. was not a participant.
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco WR and #Louisville commit Deandre Moore did not attend the Braves Signing Day ceremony and is not expected to sign anywhere today, still considering #Texas where he visited last weekend and #Georgia pic.twitter.com/gzF6e4yGBq— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) December 21, 2022
A Louisville Cardinals commit since late May, Moore took an official visit to see the Georgia Bulldogs and Texas Longhorns in addition to an unofficial visit to the Forty Acres last weekend, but is currently not expected to sign during the early period.
New Louisville head coach Jeff Brohm is likely trying to get Moore on campus in January in an effort to keep the 6’0, 185-pounder in a recruiting class that features four other wide receivers and an NCAA transfer portal addition at the position.
A consensus four-star prospect, Moore is ranked as the No. 95 player nationally and the No. 17 wide receiver, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. Texas signed consensus five-star prospect Johntay Cook and speedster Ryan Niblett on Wednesday, but is still working on adding another piece at the position in the 2023 recruiting class and Moore is the only real target remaining.