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Arizona State moves up OTs list

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El Dorado (Kan.) Butler County C.C. three-star junior college offensive tackle Sherrone Moore took his official visit to Arizona State this weekend with the Oklahoma Sooners in the lead. Now that he's back from the visit, the big question on the minds of Oklahoma and Arizona State fans is – does he still feel that way?
"I think Oklahoma still has the edge a little bit, but Arizona State is right behind them," Moore, who is 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds, said. "They're both kind of different places, but I liked both of them. I'm just really thinking hard about everything."
Moore said he was quite impressed with his trip to Tempe, Ariz.
"The players, the coaches and the atmosphere stood out to me," Moore said. "It's definitely a lot different there than it is in Kansas or Oklahoma. I left it was cold and rainy, and I went out there and it was 80 degrees and the weather was nice.
"I went out with the players, and that was pretty fun. We went to a few spots here and there. The team really seemed to click together."
Moore said he was a little disappointed his mother couldn't make the visit with him, like she did last weekend to Oklahoma. He said he plans to spend a lot of time with here over Thanksgiving talking things out.
"I could decide any day now," he said. "But I might still take the Oklahoma State visit. I'm just not really sure right now. I have some tough choices to make."
Moore and Butler County will play next weekend in the Top of the Mountain Bowl in Salt Lake City against Snow Junior College.
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