Nebraska will be battling Ohio State for the services of one of the nation’s top wide receiver prospects.
Joshua Moore, a 4-star class of 2018 wide receiver and Bradenton, Fla., native, has included Nebraska, as well as Ohio State, in his list of top 10 schools. Along with Nebraska, Moore included Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas A&M.
— JoshuaMoore (@_TheJoshuaMoore) March 14, 2017
Should he commit, Moore would be the highest-rated prospect to pledge to the Huskers’ recruiting class of 2018. Coincidentally, the next best recruit would be 4-star wide receiver Eric Fuller.
According to 247Sports, Moore is the 83rd-best overall prospect and Fuller is the 112th-best prospect. Moore is also the 15th-best wide receiver prospect in the country and 21st-best prospect in the state of Florida.
Moore would join a young group of talented receivers in Lincoln, Neb., which include Fuller, as well as the incoming receivers in the class of 2017. Those receivers include 4-star Jaevon McQuitty and 3-star Keyshawn Johnson Jr.
Moore also spurned offers from a number of Big Ten schools, including Michigan, Michigan State and Maryland. He also turned down offers from other Power Five programs like USC, Stanford, Notre Dame and Arizona.