For the second time in as many days, Tom Herman and the Texas Longhorns picked up a 2018 commit, this time in the form of three-star Seminole offensive tackle Reese Moore, who announced his pledge on Sunday afternoon.
A 6’6, 265-pound prospect, Moore picked up a Texas offer on February 7 and was recently on the Forty Acres for the Longhorns Orange-White spring game just days after releasing a top six consisting of Texas, Oklahoma, TCU, SMU, Oklahoma State and Missouri.
Less than two weeks later, Moore shut his recruitment down and is now a Longhorn. Moore now becomes the fifth Texas commit of the 2018 cycle less than 24 hours after the Longhorns flipped four-star quarterback Cameron Rising from rival Oklahoma.
The Longhorns 2018 class now ranks No. 19 nationally and No. 2 in the Big 12.
Moore also holds offers from Baylor, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt and Virginia, among others.
Moore ranks as the nation’s No. 412 player, No. 30 offensive tackle and the No. 54 player in Texas, per 247Sports Composite. ESPN ranks Moore much higher, pegging his as the nation’s No. 219 player, No. 21 offensive tackle and the No. 29 player in Texas.