Mansfield (Texas) Summit star Kestahn Moore has been racking up big plays on both sides of the ball. He’s also been adding scholarship offers to go with his game.
“I’ve been talking to Oklahoma State, Missouri, Wisconsin, Texas A&M, Iowa, Colorado, Minnesota and Kansas,” Moore said. “I’ve got offers from all those places, and there’s just a bunch of coaches from the different places that I talk to. I really listen to what they say, and how much they say they want me is definitely a big factor.”
Visits are high on Moore’s to-do list, and while he’s still determining some of the places he’ll head to, he’s starting to make tentative plans for a couple of his stops.
“I’ll probably go to Missouri with Chase [Southlake Carroll quarterback Daniel] because he committed there and he’s trying to get me to go visit with him,” Moore said. “I’ve also talk to Oklahoma State about going there. I haven’t set up any dates yet, I’ll do that after the season.”
The quick back feels that he already has all the tools to succeed at the next level, and his team’s success and personal stats are helping him back up some of his bravado.
“I’m an exciting back,” he said. “I have all the things you need: I can run, catch, block and I can get the ball out to the receiver too when I need to. I can use speed to break out, and when I’m out I can use my stiff-arm and power.
“We’re 5-0 in district and 6-2 overall, and we’re playing Burleson this week for the district title. Our defense is the best in the area, and our offenseis the second best in the district right now, and I think that will go up. I’ve got 843 yards on 81 carries on offense, so I think I’ve been doing pretty good.”
Moore is ranked as one of the top 100 overall prospects in Texas, and is a top-25 running back nationally according to Rivals.com. He has recorded a 4.41-second 40-yard dash.