It’s been said that neutral games are pointless. Coach Dana Holgorsen and his staff strongly disagree. Now this helps their case as West Virginia lands offensive line recruit Parker Moorer fresh off of their win over Tennessee in the Belk College Kickoff win.
Moorer, who just so happens to be from Charlotte, North Carolina (where the Belk College Kickoff happened to be played) committed after taking in the game at Bank of America Stadium on Saturday.
West Virginia lands offensive tackle Parker Moorer
— Parker Moorer 💍🏈 (@pmoorer___) September 3, 2018
Previously Moorer was committed to be a Maryland Terrapin. As soon as the allegations were levied against head coach DJ Durkin and then the issues with the Jordan McNair situation, Moorer announced he was not a part of their 2019 class.
Moorer is the 17th commit for Coach Dana Holgorsen in the 2019 recruiting class and also their second offensive lineman in the class.
The 6’5″ 294 pound offensive lineman held offers from Syracuse, Maryland, Louisville, Rutgers and Virginia.
According to the big 3 ratings, here is how Moorer is ranked:
247Sports – 3* (86 rating)
Rivals – 3* (5.6 rating)
ESPN – 3* (77 rating)
Here are the junior year highlights from the stud offensive tackle out of Charlotte:
A great weekend for the Mountaineers in Charlotte. They opened up the season with a big win over Tennessee and landed a local recruit while in the area.
Let’s go Mountaineers!
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