Oklahoma OL has options

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.