Several schools are already taking notice of 2008 defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore, a junior from Weatherford, Texas who is getting things done and off the field.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound racked up five sacks as a junior and ended up picking up all-district honors for athletics and academics. Lewis-Moore says that he hasn't picked up a scholarship offer yet, but has heard that he may be close.
"No offers yet, but I've got rumors that offers are coming," Lewis-Moore said. "Texas A&M seems to be close and maybe Stanford too. There are a lot of schools I'm interested in though."
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Some of those schools at the top of the list for Lewis-Moore include Notre Dame, Texas A&M, SMU, Boston College, and others.
"I would probably say right now I get the most mail from Kansas, Boston College, Texas A&M, and a bunch of Big 12 schools," Lewis-Moore said. "Whoever is ready to offer me a scholarship offer, I'll take it and look at them seriously."
Lewis-Moore, who plays the weakside defensive end spot for Weatherford, says that he describes himself as a tall, athletic pass-rush specialist.
"I've just got a good nose for the ball," he said. "I've been starting since my freshman year and I've always been a defensive end. I'm just a very good pass rusher."