H.S. FOOTBALL | Trinity's Moore Decommits from Texas

12/19/2017 11:30 AM

Trinity High School wide receiver Rondale Moore has decommitted from the University of Texas.

The Class of 2018 recruit shared that news on Twitter on Tuesday:

“Everyone always tells you to trust the process and that things will happen the way that they’re supposed to. What they didn’t tell you is that sometimes things happen so quickly ‘in the process’ that you get caught up in it and you forget to explore all the opportunities God has presented before you. Those closest to me know that past 12 months have been a whirlwind, one I’ve found myself getting caught up in a thousand times over and always coming out just a little unsure and little unsettled. With my senior season officially over and the future staring me in the face, I’ve had time to sit back and evaluate where I have been, where I am, and where I want to be. With that being said, this decision did not come easy for me but I am decommitting from the University of Texas and reopening my college recruitment. Coach Herman, Coach Stein, Coach Mehinger, the Texas Longhorn Family and the Longhorn fans, I will forever be grateful for your support and the opportunity you afforded me. I wish nothing but the best for you moving forward and cannot wait to see where the Texas football program goes from here. I will take the next few weeks to continue to explore my recruitment options and plan to make an official decision at the US Army All American game on January 6th 2018 live on NBC.”

The four-star recruit, according to 247 Sports, had previously committed to Texas in June.

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