7. Joshua Moore to join his brother in College Station
Jordan Moore committed to Texas A&M in December of 2016. The four-star safety out of Yokum, Tx has never wavered in his commitment to the Aggies even through the current coaching transition. While he’s stayed firm, his brother has recently reopened his recruitment and is looking for a place to play his college ball.
Joshua Moore shocked many when he chose Nebraska over Texas A&M and Florida State. Mike Riley has been relieved of his duties at Nebraska, prompting Joshua to look elsewhere to play his college ball. The 4-star receiver has offers from everywhere under the sun, but he and his brother have made it known that playing together would be something they would enjoy.
Joshua was considering playing for Fisher at Florida State and playing with his brother in College Station. Now he could partake in both realities at the same time by committing to play at Texas A&M. It doesn’t seem like that much of a stretch at all.
All that’s left to be seen is whether or not Fisher things Joshua is a fit. It would be hard to see him risking the commitment of Jordan by turning Joshua away this late in the process, making the possibility of both playing in maroon and white next season increasingly likely.