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Five-Star Wide Receiver Dakorien Moore Decommits From LSU

Max Torres Author Profileby:Max Torres05/17/24


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Thursday saw a big development on the recruiting trail for Oregon Football, as 2025 Duncanville (Tex.) wide receiver Dakorien Moore announced that he would be decommitting from the LSU Tigers. He had been committed to Brian Kelly and the Tigers since since last August.

Moore is rated a five-star plus prospect according to the On3 Industry rankings. He’s ranked the No. 3 player nationally, the No. 1 wide receiver and the top prospect in Texas by the same system.

“After careful and extensive consideration, my family and I have decided that it is in my best interest to decommit from LSU,” Moore wrote in a social media post. “I want to emphasize that despite this decision, I will not be considering any recruitment offers.”

Despite his previous commitment to LSU, Moore remained fairly active on the recruiting trail, taking visits to Oregon, Ohio State and Texas. Those three schools, along with LSU had been functioning as his “top four” schools throughout much of the year and more recently here in the spring.

Oregon has remained heavily involved in this recruitment, as Moore has been one of Junior Adams’ top targets at wide receiver. The Ducks even offered one of Moore’s teammates within the last week in 2025 Duncanville quarterback Keelon Russell, who’s verbally committed to the SMU Mustangs.

The two have talked about teaming up at the next level, specifically at Oregon in Will Stein’s explosive offense.

“We had a conversation about this the other day and really the main thing was if Oregon was to come down to the situation, if me and Kory were to go down I feel like we would go down as the best duo in history, literally,” Russell told ScoopDuck.

Oregon currently has three wide receivers committed in the 2025 class, headlined by Florida standout Dallas Wilson. Cooper Perry and Isaiah Mozee round out the trio of pledge for the Ducks at wideout. The Ducks have the No. 6 recruiting class in the country according to the On3 rankings.

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