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Five Star Plus+ WR Dakorien Moore decommits from LSU

On3 imageby:Billy Embody05/16/24


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2025 Duncanville (Tex.) wide receiver Dakorien Moore has announced he’s decommitted from LSU, per his Instagram page. The Five Star Plus+ wide receiver committed to the Tigers before his junior season.

“I want to express my sincere gratitude to coach Kelly and the entire LSU community for their tremendous support of my family and me,” Moore said in his post. “I am incredibly blessed and deeply appreciative of the opportunity the coaching staff has given me to play football at the collegiate level.

“After careful and extensive consideration, my family and I have decided that it is in my best interest to decommit from LSU. I want to emphasize that despite this decision, I will not be considering any recruitment offers. I will always hold love for the entire LSU family, the culture there is truly unmatched. Thank you all for your unwavering love and support.”

Ohio State, Oregon and Texas have all been pressing hard for the top-ranked wide receiver in America. The Longhorns, in particular, have been the biggest thorn in LSU’s side since his commitment.

Moore is the No. 3 overall prospect and top-ranked wideout in the 2025 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He’s also the No. 1 player in Texas.

Dakorien Moore scouting report

Skilled receiver with a well-rounded skill set who stars for one of the tip high school programs in the state of Texas. Measured at around 5-foot-10.5, 175 pounds prior to his junior season. Touts top speed on the track, running a wind-aided 10.63 mark in the 100 meters as a sophomore. Shows a refined and well-rounded skill set as a receiver both on Friday nights and in the camp setting. Has the long speed to separate deep and take the top off of defenses.

Shifty after the catch and uses his field vision to find open space, sometimes cutting back across the field. Looks to have plus ball skills, with the ability to make acrobatic catches. Shows reliable, strong hands at the catch point in the camp setting. Turned in a good sophomore season for the Texas state champions, catching 44 passes for 767 yards and seven touchdowns.

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