Recruiting: 2025 WR Dakorien Moore commits to LSU
Duncanville High School in Texas has been good to LSU this week.
Five-star wide receiver Dakorien Moore announced Saturday his commitment to LSU. He chose the Tigers over dozens of offers including Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan, USC and Texas. His final two schools were LSU and USC.
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LSU wide receivers coach Cortez Hankton led the recruiting efforts for the 5-foot-11, 175 pounder.
Moore joins Class of 2024 running back Caden Durham as recruits to commit this week to the Tigers
Moore was in attendance at the Bayou Splash recruiting event just a couple of weeks ago which solidified Durham’s decision to commit to the Tigers. The Bayou Splash was Moore’s third overall visit to campus. He vowed to shut down the recruiting process following his pledge to the Tigers.
According to 247Sports Composite rankings, Moore is the No. 3 wide receiver in the nation in the Class of 2025. He had 44 catches for 764 and six touchdowns this season to help Duncanville capture a Class 6A state title. As a freshman, he averaged 24.4 yards per grab and scored five touchdowns.
With electrifying speed, Moore has run a 10.63 time in the 100 meters and 21.38 in the 200. He also participates in the long jump, 4X100 and 4X200 relay teams at Duncanville.
Moore gets on top of coverage in a flash, tracks the ball very well, displays very soft hands, comes in and out of routes smoothly and releases from press coverage quickly. He is dangerous as a return specialist.
LSU has four verbal commitments for 2025 as Moore joins tight end JD LaFleur, offensive tackle Brett Bordelon and cornerback Jaylen Bell.
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Born and raised in the New Orleans area, Rene Nadeau has been involved in sports ever since his earliest memories. Rene played basketball, wrestled, ran track, and was an All-District running back in football at John F. Kennedy High School. He went on to play football at LSU, developing a passion for the game in even greater fashion while in…