Joshua and Jordan Moore, brothers from Yoakum attended a Texas Longhorns camp on the Forty Acres today.
#HookEm pic.twitter.com/OkY69Aqxo4— Jordan moore⭐️ (@Jo_moore2) June 5, 2016
As expected, the elite 2018 talents weren't able to leave Austin without the kind of good news that could guarantee a future playing football together in college.
Truly Blessed And Excited To Receive An Offer From My Mothers Alma Mater The University Of Texas!! #LetsRide pic.twitter.com/EXPutwH0y6— ★JOSHUA MOORE★ (@_TheJoshuaMoore) June 5, 2016
God is Good!! Extremely BLESSED to receive an offer from The University Of Texas.#LetsRide #HookEm pic.twitter.com/GuiOpgp7XG— Jordan moore⭐️ (@Jo_moore2) June 5, 2016
Joshua, a four-star wide receiver, holds offers from Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Michigan State, among others. Jordan, a four-star safety, holds offers from Baylor, Texas A&M, Michigan State and Houston, among others. Joshua currently has the higher profile recruitment with numerous big-name offers, but it's quite likely the two will seek a college destination where they can stay together.
The Longhorns found success on that front before with the Foreman twins, as Armanti was a highly recruited wide receiver, but his brother, D'Onte, didn't garner quite as much attention. For Charlie Strong and his staff, who will have plenty of time to convince the 2018 talents Austin is the place for them; it would be wise to place emphasis on landing both, as opposed to just Joshua or Jordan.