When Mansfield (Texas) Summit coach Tim Beck says he’s got an elite prospect that will be highly recruited you better believe him.
That’s because Beck has coached numerous Division I prospects at this time at Carrollton Turner and Summit.
His best offering for the Class of 2005 is running back Kestahn Moore.
The 6-foot, 200-pound Moore has been clocked consistently 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash but as low as 4.34 seconds by his coach. After missing the first five games as a sophomore with a broken ankle, Moore came back with 694 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns and 16 receptions for 394 yards and two touchdowns in his junior season.
“I have good vision, power and speed,” Moore said. “I have great hands, and I’m the best receiver on the team. My style most resembles that of Marcus Allen.”
That total package is attracting early attention from Arizona, Oklahoma, Kansas, Boston College, Penn State, Wisconsin, TCU, SMU, Colorado and Texas A&M. He already has a scholarship offer from Arizona and there is little doubt that more are to come.
“I’ve not really narrowed my list down or anything,” he said. “I’m still very open to about anybody.”