Oklahoma always produces its fair share of sleepers that fly somewhat under the recruiting radar, and that's the case for Oklahoma City Bishop McGuinness offensive lineman Gabe Moyer.
The 6-foot-2, 305-pounder earned an early offer from Tulsa, but hasn't been heard from much since the early offer. But now the two-star prospect says things are starting to heat up with the recruiting process.
"Most recently I've talked to Colorado State and Tulsa," Moyer said. "I'm trying to set a visit up with Tulsa right now. I don't know when I'll be taking it. I'd say my top teams are Tulsa, Colorado State and Vanderbilt."
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Moyer isn't sure when he's going to make a commitment. He's still working on a timetable for a pledge.
"If I feel like it's right then I'll commit," he said. "I don't have any set time to do it by though. I want to wait until I feel comfortable with it. It really doesn't bother me whether I go to school in or out of state."
Moyer and his teammates will play for the state championship this weekend. They beat Wagner 35-13 in the state semifinals.
"We haven't found anybody that can stop us yet," he said.