Broken Arrow has become one of the top programs in the state of Oklahoma, challenging the supremacy of Jenks and Tulsa Union. It's no surprise, then, that the program is also producing quite a bit of talent as well.
The latest prospect at the school to receive his first offer is cornerback Cre Moore. The 6-foot, 175-pound three-star defender received the good news on Wednesday.
"I was offered by Memphis today," Moore said on Wednesday evening. "Coach (Vance) Vice called me today and told me they were offering me.
"He asked how my recruiting was going and I said I didn't have any offers yet. He said he was happy to be the first one then."
Moore says the offer from the Tigers seemingly came out of the blue.
"It came as a big surprise," he said. "I had never talked to them before. They had come to visit my coaches last week I think. He said he liked me on film and he liked my grades."
With the first offer out of the way, Moore says another program could be close to following suit.
"I'm thinking maybe Arkansas State (might be the next to offer)," he said. "I went up there on a junior day visit and they seemed to like me. They said they have an offer for me but the head coach has to approve it first."
Though the recruiting process has just started for the standout defender, he does admit to having an early favorite.
"Arkansas," Moore answered succinctly. "I talk to their coaches almost every week and I just really like them. If I go to their camp they said they'll most likely offer."